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New MassChrom methylmalonic acid kit for the determination of vitamin B12 status

Chromsystems has launched a new LC-MS/MS kit for the analysis of methylmalonic acid (MMA) in plasma, serum and urine.



Portable plasma surface testing

The all new PGx from Henniker is a Portable Contact Angle measurement instrument designed for rapid and accurate assessment of plasma treated materials



Winner of 2012 Winter Conference Award in Plasma Spectrochemistry

Submissions now being accepted for 2014 award, says Thermo Fisher Scientific



Alliance to drive self-sufficiency in blood plasma fractionation

Companies to help countries develop their own manufacturing capabilities for blood plasma products, reducing reliance on imports



Plasma produces KO cocktail for MRSA

MRSA and other drug-resistant bacteria could face annihilation as low-temperature plasma prototype devices have been developed to offer safe, quick, easy and unfailing bactericidal cocktails.



Cool plasma packs heat for hygiene

Though it looks like a tiny purple blowtorch, a pencil-sized plume of plasma on the tip of a small probe remains at room temperature as it swiftly dismantles tough bacterial colonies deep inside a human tooth.



Sequential isolation of plasma proteins aids immunoglobulin yields

The demand for immunoglobulin is high and is predicted to rise. John Curling reports that current goals are to improve yield of immunoglobulin while maintaining product quality.



On-line preparation techniques for plasma and in vitro sampling

The development of, and the need for, faster drug discovery techniques in a highly competitive pharmaceutical industry has resulted in ever increasing numbers of pre-clinical biological samples to be analysed. By Dr Denise Wailwroth.



University of Glasgow project taps plasma power to protect products and people

Scientists at the University of Glasgow have developed a new method to make packaged food safer for consumers and more long-lived on the shelf by harnessing the germ-killing power of ozone.



New Queen’s University plasma jet gives ‘cold’ shoulder to superbugs

Scientists at Queen’s University Belfast have developed a new technique which has the potential to kill off hospital superbugs like Pseudomonas aeruginosa, C. difficile and MRSA.



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