Qiagen this week introduced its FlexiPlate siRNA line of customizable siRNA sets for specified genes and siRNA controls. Customers can order any set of siRNAs via Qiagen’s GeneGlobe web portal, and the selected siRNA sets are delivered in standard 96-well plates, according to the company.
 

 
Millipore this week announced the launch of the ReNcell product line, “the only human immortalized neural somatic stem cell lines on the market,” according to the company.
 

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