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Highly efficient synthetic mRNAs

Results in higher protein expression and also reduces the innate antiviral response



Improving synthesis productivity

Radleys Carousel 12 Plus Reaction Station which offers 12 parallel reactions from 1 to 20ml scale



Entry-level system for microwave-assisted peptide synthesis

Biotage Initiator Peptide Workstation utilises a unique microwave peptide vial



Nanotechnology: Facile synthesis of nanoparticles

Nanostructured materials have garnered great interest worldwide due to their unique size-dependent properties for chemical, electronic, structural, medical and consumer applications.



Food technology advance in understanding cellulose synthesis

Cellulose is a fibrous molecule that makes up plant cell walls, gives plants shape and form and is a target of renewable, plant-based biofuels research.



Synthesis systems for chemistry & process development

Radleys has chosen the forthcoming ACHEMA 2009 exhibition to launch a new generation of laboratory synthesis systems designed to enable chemists and process development engineers to get more for less.



increased efficiency in synthesis resulting from parallel operation

A lot of synthesis are still done in a sequential way using three neck flasks with reflux condensers, gas supply taps, stirring motors and heating bathes. Syntheses in is way are very time consuming and costly.



Process screening by multi-reactor synthesis aids development

The competition to develop new and better chemicals, particularly for pharmaceutical applications, has been assisted by a range of tools that did not exist even three years ago. Dr Jasbir Singh reports.



Entry level kit for parallel synthesis

The DrySyn™ Parallel Synthesis Kit from Asynt offers a low cost solution for chemists wishing to conduct simple synthetic reactions with temperature control and magnetic stirring in parallel, but without the complications of reflux or inerting.



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