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Luminex, Gel Company


This month, Luminex is offering free one-day seminars discussing its Multi-Analyte Profiling technology in cities around the US. Users will present different applications of the technology, including multiplexed immunoassays, SNP detection and gene expression, according to the company. Dates and locations are: Los Angeles: July 16; Emeryville, Calif.: July 1; Seattle: July 19; Houston: July 22; Atlanta: July 24; Bethesda, Md.: July 2; New York: July 29; More information and registration are available online at

The Gel Company, based in San Francisco, has introduced the MicroGEL rapid electrophoresis system. The system relies on a standard 1 x 3 inch microslide using membrane comb sample injection, which minimizes load volumes to as low as 0.3 µl per sample. The gels can be visualized in any microarray scanning system or by traditional staining methods, the company said.

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