Wednesday, September 3, 2014  |  Volume 6 / Number 18  |  A Production of the BioProcessing Journal
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Suggested Reading
Optimising Vaccine Process Scale-Up of Attachment-Dependent Cells
Using Micro Bioreactors and Microcarriers
By Barney Zoro, PhD, TAP Biosystems, part of the Sartorius Stedim Biotech Group
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Risk Assessment of Residual Genomic DNA in Therapeutic Proteins
Using Gene Copy Number Application
By Rahul Fadnis, PhD, Reena Nr, and Rajeev Soni, PhD, Biocon Research Ltd.
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Products & Services
High-Quality Genomic DNA from a Single Cell
GE Healthcare Life Sciences introduces the new illustra Single Cell GenomiPhi DNA amplification kit. Delivering higher genome coverage with fewer mutations than PCR-based whole-genome amplification methods, this product enables a more accurate representation of the original genome for increased confidence in results.

The amplification kit combines the unique capabilities of Phi29 DNA polymerase with an optimized formulation to amplify genomic DNA from 1–1000 cells without background interference. Additional features include: a novel clean-up process to suppress background, allowing sensitivity down to 1 femtogram (fg) of input DNA; simple isothermal strand displacement (multiple displacement amplification [MDA]) technology using Phi29 DNA polymerase; 2–4 hour amplification times with hands-on times of 15 minutes or less; and the kit is optimized for complete cell lysis with uniform denaturation of DNA prior to amplification.

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Versatile Range of Horizontal Gel Electrophoresis Units
Cleaver Scientific's MultiSUB™ horizontal gel electrophoresis systems include a comprehensive choice of optimized units for low- and high-throughput DNA and RNA applications. Designed by scientists for scientists, MultiSUB units provide easy-to-use, versatile, and flexible systems that can evolve and adapt along with the changing needs of today’s laboratory researcher.
All MultiSUB units deliver an unsurpassed combination of gel and buffer volume economy along with gel size and sample number versatility. Gel size and sample number requirements can be exactly matched in each unit with the option of additional gel tray sizes. Easy to use, leak proof "plug and go" gel casting dams are included with each unit, and allow rapid gel casting while the MultiSUB unit is in use for gel running.

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Easy-to-Use, Quantitative Gamma-H2AX Assay
AMSBIO announces the first commercially available gamma-H2AX pharmacodynamic assay kit. Gamma- H2AX is a phosphorylated histone historically proven to be a highly specific and sensitive molecular marker for double-strand DNA damage detection. This new assay has been developed for anti-cancer drug screening, basic research, and upcoming clinical trials, providing one of many needed tools to support hypothesis-driven drug design strategies. A white paper describing the use of this product can be downloaded here.

AMSBIO's new 96-well, non-radioactive ELISA assay documents differences in gamma-H2AX levels in peripheral blood mononuclear cells, cultured cells, and tissue biopsies, and is available as a complete reagent kit with chemiluminescent detection.

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