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Pressure BioSciences, AnaSpec

Pressure BioSciences this week launched ProteoSolveLRS, its first pressure cycling technology-dependent research-use only kit for extracting proteins from lipid-rich samples. Earlier this month, the company announced the development of the PCT-dependent method. In a statement, Pressure BioSciences said the method offers significant advantages over current extraction techniques, including the ability to use certain organic solvents instead of harsh detergents in the extraction process.


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