New Products: Thermo Scientific GlycoLink Kits and More | GenomeWeb

Thermo Fisher Scientific this week introduced its new GlycoLink Immobilization and Immunoprecipitation kits for protein affinity purification and the study of protein interactions.

The kits enable coupling of glycosylated proteins to a beaded resin and allow for greater than 90 percent coupling in four hours or less, the company said.

AMSBIO this week launched its MagSi-proteomics beads for the purification, concentration, and desalting of peptides and protein digests.

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