Or-Yehuda, Israel-based Do-Coop Technologies this week announced the launch of Neowater, a water-based reagent for use in microarray analysis, the company said in a statement. The company said that the reagent can be used in nucleic acid or protein amplification and purification applications.

The product is the first in a series of “water-based reagents” the company plans to introduce into the research tools market this year. Neowater is composed of water containing extremely low concentrations of nanoparticles.

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