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February 16th, 2007

Product News in Brief 16.02.07

Abstract:
Paraytec has released a technical application report for it's ActiPix D100 miniature capillary UV imaging detector, to be released at Pittcon 07, evaluating its use in nanolitre scale enzyme assays for rapid and cost effective evaluation of biocatalytic activity and characterisation of biochemical samples.

Wyatt Technology will release its new DynaPro Plate Reader at Pittcon 07, which incorporates state of the art technology to measure the size of biomolecule and nanoparticle samples directly from industry-standard microplates, increasing productivity by a factor of ten or more over conventional batch dynamic light scattering (DLS) systems.

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