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New Products: Dual Biosystems

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Dual Biosystems has launched its Dualmembrane System, a kit for detection of interaction partners with membrane proteins.

The kit screens full-length integral membrane proteins for interactions in vivo under the physiological conditions at the membrane, identifying novel interactions through screening of cDNA libraries, the company said. It can be used for screening of human and animal tissues as well as plant cells and microorganisms.

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