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February 15th, 2005

''Nano-Enhanced by Neowater'' Partnership Program

Do-Coop Technologies manufactures largely hydrated nano-particles (Neowater(TM)) for the Life Sciences. Among the recently introduced products we highlight Neowater(TM) - PCR Enhancer, Neowater(TM) - Transfection Enhancer, and Neowater(TM) - Electrically Competent Cells Enhancer. Do-Coop's family of products, all based on Do-Coop's proprietary Neowater(TM) technology, dramatically enhances existing reagents, applications and processes to help all segments of the Life Sciences industry to achieve the results they expect and need.


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