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Here we will share the latest news, including information about new products, campaigns, job opportunities, and any relevant change regarding our products and our business.

Visit from a South Korean delegation

On the 4th and 5th of June representatives from South Korea visited Tartu. Their primary focus was on exploring opportunities in the fields of biotechnology and medicine, seeking potential collaborators in Estonia. We had the great pleasure of meeting the delegation and sharing our knowledge on both days of the visit.

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New and improved SolisGreen® products

Every once in a while comes a time when things need to be improved to keep up with the rapidly evolving field of science. Our SolisGreen® products were first developed almost 10 years ago and have now gone through an upgrade to be even more efficient and stable.

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We are lyo-ready! Introducing SolisFAST® Lyo-Ready qPCR Kit with UNG

Lyophilization, also known as freeze-drying, is in simple terms a water-removal process that increases product stability and preserves its functionality. Our new SolisFAST® Lyo-Ready qPCR Kit with UNG represents an optimized lyophilization-compatible qPCR solution to enhance the simplicity, convenience, and speed of diagnostic and applied testing.

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Finding love for PCR

The running joke with PCR is that if something can go wrong, it will go wrong. Quite often it’s even impossible to determine why some samples turned out fine while the others did not. In a situation like this, it would be amazing to know some trick or a secret to avoid spending all the time and resources to do the experiment again. Here are a few we are willing to share so that you could find love for PCR.

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Shining a light on forgotten diseases

In research, every day different methods are used to discover something new, whether it is a new disease, medicine, or something else. Often these methods were developed long ago and are confirmed to be doing what they are supposed to do. However, as technology develops so do new methods. This is exactly what Professor Steven Williams’ lab is doing at Smith College – developing new methods to be used in research and diagnostics.

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