NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cambridge Research Biochemicals will distribute Bio-Nobile Products and Services' QuickAllAssay labeling reagents under a deal announced today.

The reagents are for labeling proteins, antibodies, and small molecules with a Europium chelate. According to CRB, the reagents are "unique" as only one kit is needed to label all assay formats including TR FRET (Time-Resolved Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer) and QRET (Quenched Resonance Energy Transfer assays), as well as separation-based enhanced time-resolved fluorescence assays.

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