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Wednesday, November 27, 2013  |  Volume 5 / Number 24  |  A Production of the BioProcessing Journal
Career Development
CMC Strategy Forum
& WCBP 2014
January 27-30, 2014
Washington, DC USA
6th Monolith Summer School & Symposium
May 30-June 4, 2014
Portorož, Slovenia
On-Demand Webinar
Highly Accurate DNA Sequencing Method for Microbial Identification
6th Annual Biomanufacturing Summit 2014
January 29-31, 2014
San Diego, CA USA
Suggested Reading
Expediting Clinical Batch Production of Viral-Vectored Vaccines and Gene Therapy Products
By Priyabrata Pattnaik, PhD, and George Adams
Products & Services
Benchtop Frozen Sample Aliquotter
CryoXtract has recently launched its second flagship product, the CXT 350, which is the first benchtop frozen tissue aliquotter of its kind. The CXT 350 supports a widespread need for targeted, repeated, and safe access to frozen samples to advance research and discovery. The system allows for uniform and efficient distribution of frozen tissue and biofluid aliquots.

The compact benchtop design, and liquid nitrogen (LN2) chilling, allows for integration into standard laboratory workflows. For tissue samples, the unique mounting method enables standard hematoxylin and eosin stain (H&E) slides and a pathology review to target specific regions of interest within the sample. The frozen coring process includes pre-chilled coring probes and destination tubes designed to ensure the frozen state is maintained throughout the process. Proprietary single-use, disposable coring probes eliminate the potential for sample-to-sample carryover.

For more information, please visit cryoxtract.com.
High-Performance Prep Chromatography
Essential Life Solutions has recently launched the SNAP® product line, a chromatography column technology that advances what has been available to scientists for purification and chromatography to a higher level. Careful choices in construction materials, combined with customer feedback, have driven the SNAP design so that biocompatibility can be achieved in virtually any application. These simple, yet innovative devices ensure frustration-free results.

Features and Benefits: 

1. High pressure ratings (up to 40 bar) incorporating glass structure
2. Linear motion of the piston
3. Calibrated glass tubing eliminates seal adjustment and wall effect
4. True frits allow for flow distribution and reduced dead volume
5. External connections for leakage visibility
6. Fine thread adjustments for precise piston control
7. Double-ended piston configuration for flexibility in bed height
8. Quick-release ends for easy installation and disassembly
9. Solvent-resistant graduations on glass for easy measurement
10. Custom columns can be configured to the exact needs of the ­chromatographer (e.g., length, materials, end connections, heating and cooling jackets) 

For more information, please visit essential-life.net.
Temperature-Controlled Microtube Shaking Incubator
Labnet International has launched a new addition to their popular constant temperature equipment line, the AccuTherm™ microtube shaking incubator. Labnet’s AccuTherm is a temperature-controlled lab vortexer utilizing Peltier technology to rapidly heat and cool precious samples. An intuitive control panel with large color display allows users to easily program and view temperature, time, and speed settings while eight interchangeable aluminum blocks accommodate PCR plates and 0.215 mL tube sizes.

Temperature settings range from 0105°C, and mixing speeds can be set anywhere between 300 and 1,500 rpms. The AccuTherm warms up at a rate of 6.5°C/minute and cooling is accomplished at 1.5°C/minute. With a compact footprint of just 12.9 x 6.5 x 9.8 inches, the AccuTherm microtube shaking incubator fits nicely into any laboratory setting.

For more information, please visit labnetinternational.com.
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