Innovative Tools for Molecular and Cell Biology

Innovative Tools for Molecular and Cell Biology


Last Update: July-11-2018


Mobicol „F“ - The versatile Lab Column! Transcreener HTS Assays Next Generation Fluorescent Dyes Lyophilized Exosome Standards CRISPR/Cas9 Genome Editing: Transfection Methods Lipid Strips and Arrays Letivirus Production Fluorescent Biosensors for Live Cell Imaging VectorBuilder – A Free and Versatile Online Tool for Outsourcing Your Cloning Projects QuickSwitch™ Custom Tetramer Kits

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Mobicols and Plastic Columns
Huge range of columns for DNA & protein purification    more
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Imaging Tools
Imaging chambers and slide tray plates    more
Imaging plates CG and FC    more
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Electroporation Cuvettes
Cuvettes are compatible with most electroporation systems.    more
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Mirus – The Transfection Experts
Up to three different transfection products can be requested.    more...
(Only available in selected countries.)
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Assess Cell Viability, Cell Proliferation & Cytotoxicity
AquaBluer – Fluorescent redox indicator for cell viability assays   more...
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Infectious Serology MoBiTec July-02-2018 ELISA kits for the detection of specific IgG antibodies against polyomavirus JC (JCV) and polyomavirus BK (BKV) in human serum and plasma (CE/IVD-certified).   more...
Protein-Lipid Interaction MoBiTec June-29-2018 New class of lipid microparticles; small enough to be used in phagocytosis experiments! Phosphatidylserine (PS), Phosphatidylcholine (PC), and PC/PS microparticles have phospholipids attached in a unique way allowing headgroups to be exposed and available for the study of biological interactions.   more...
New Antimicrobials Against Gram-Negative Pathogens MoBiTec June-08-2018 Gram-negative bacterial pathogens pose grave dangers in clinical and environmental settings alike. An estimate of the prevalence of infections due to MDR gram-negative bacilli indicated profound consequences for patient mortality, hospital length of stay, and increased hospital costs. By 2050, it has been estimated that multidrug resistance (in total) will be responsible for 300 million deaths. MsbA - an ABC transporter protein - is critical for virulence, and loss of MsbA function causes rapid membrane disruption and cell death. A library of approximately 3 million small molecules for specific inhibitors of Escherichia coli MsbA was screened. The researchers also used the Transcreener ADP2 FP ATPase Assay from our partner BellBrook Labs.   more...