Molecular Devices last week introduced its IMAP Substrate Finder for tyrosine kinases. Together with the company’s Substrate Finder for serine/threonine kinases, the products provide substrates for the two categories of kinases that make up the human kinome, Molecular Devices said.


GE Healthcare said last week that it has launched SPA (scintillation proximity assays) for GPCR membranes. The assays comprise SPA beads and radioligands from GE Healthcare with GPCR receptor membranes from Euroscreen.

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