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BIOTECHNICA 2007 Exhibitor Profiles
HANNOVER, Germany | Posted on October 5th, 2007
Below are profiles from BIOTECHNICA exhibitors. Breaking news releases and photos are available at www.tradeshownews.com, Business Wire's trade show, conference, and event news resource.
Company: GATC Biotech
Media Contact: Elke Decker
Phone: 49 (0)7531 816030
GATC Biotech is a leading provider of sequencing services and innovative bioinformatics solutions for industry and academia worldwide. The company offers sequencing services using the ABI 3730XL™ and the SOLiD™ DNA Sequencer from Applied Biosystems, Roches GS FLX™ and the Illumina Genetic AnalyzerTM with a sequencing capacity of 250 gigabases a year. GATC's sequencing service portfolio is complemented by a wide range of bioinformatics software: DNASTAR Lasergene™ (DNA sequence analysis software); Integrated Genomics' ERGO™ (Genome Analysis Suite); SoftGenetics' Mutation Surveyor™/Explorer™ (DNA variant analysis software) and GeneMarker™ (for AFLP and genotyping); Protein Lounge's 3D pathway illustration software.
Company: GeSiM mbH
Stand: Hall 8 E 25
Media Contact: Dr. Hendrik Fiehn
Phone: 49 (0)35 2695 322
GeSiM offers a broad range of micro pipetting stations featuring piezoelectric tips. The instruments are able to spot bio arrays on slides, membranes or on the bottom of a micro plate well. Miniaturized assays become feasible due to the open dispense range (0.1 nL to several uL). A comprehensive accessory line covers: Optical inspection systems, chillers, humidifiers and air conditioned plate hotels.
Our microfluidic and instrumentation business focuses on customized flow-through cells for cell biology as well as micro valves and flow measurement. At Biotechnica we will launch a micro-contact-printing machine for cell research and nanotechnology.
Company: International Labmate
Stand: Hall 9, Stand 77
Media Contact: Andy Harris
Phone: 44 (0)1727 855 574
Founded in 1974, International Labmate Ltd is a worldwide publisher of Scientific, Environmental and Petrochemical publications. Titles include: International Labmate, Labmate UK & Ireland, Lab Asia, International Environmental Technology, Asian Environmental Technology, Measurement Analysis China and Petro Industry News.
Copies of International Labmate are available from our stand. Each issue contains up-to-date news on Chromatography, Spectroscopy, Microscopy & Microtechniques and Laboratory products for Analytical, Environmental and Research Scientists. Come to our stand and register for your free subscription.
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Company: Meintrup DWS Laborgerate GmbH
Stand: 009 A16
Media Contact: Deborah Robinson
Phone: 00 44 1274 595728
In conjunction with Meintrup DWS Laborgeräte GmbH, Don Whitley Scientific is showcasing a range of automated products designed to improve all aspects of microbiology testing in clinical, research and food laboratories, as well as the award-winning range of Modified Atmosphere Controlled Systems (MACS) for anaerobe and hypoxia studies.
On stand at the show will be RABIT, the automated bacterial detection system, and the WASP spiral plater, complemented by automated colony counting and zone analysis systems as well as instruments for media and sample preparation.
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