Membrane fusion technology is alternative to gene transfection

Membrane fusion makes it possible to effectively incorporate different classes of molecules into the cellular membrane or into the cytoplasm

Colour palette for macaroons

Barry Callebaut launches a user-friendly and qualitative way to colour macaroons

Dyes give better photo-stability allowing more time for image capture

Cambridge Research Biochemicals signs agreement with Life Technologies to offer custom dye labelled antibodies

LC-MS/MS in the hunt for ‘illegal’ dyes in foodstuffs

The use of non-permitted (‘illegal’) dyes for colouring foodstuffs first came to public attention during May 2003 and resulted in
the largest ever food recall in UK history. This situation has presented an increasing challenge to scientists responsible for analysing foodstuffs for illegal dyes.
Michael Scotter, Simon Hird, Stewart Reynolds and Simon Baty report.

Sudan dyes ban extended as the EC reminds companies of responsibilities

The Sudan dye alert goes on as food protection authorities around the world continue to find them in a variety of products.

Use of fluorescent dyes increases in development of peptide products

Dr. David Woodhouse looks at a range of peptide productsto design and satisfy the requirements of drug discoveryand development activities.





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