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February 16th, 2004

Do-Coop Technologies Announces Water-based Nano-reagent

Abstract:
Do-Coop Technologies announced today the general availability of Neowater(TM), a water-based reagent that is used for enhancing the performance of molecular biology tool kits for research. "We are very excited about the introduction of Neowater, it is currently under evaluation with several customers and we have already gotten an enthusiastic response," said CTO Eran Gabbai. "Unlike conventional reagents, Neowater is not application-specific and delivers significant performance enhancement as well as cost reduction in a variety of tool kits applications, and moreover, it is water-based so we are also helping to protect the environment," Gabbai said.

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