DNA Chip Research, AIST Jointly Develop Amination Reagent.
Specifically, by inducing a hydrogen bond within a molecular, the new reagent obtains high-reactive aminated oligonucleotide in a few minutes with improved purification efficiency.
In addition, DNA Chip Research has concluded a licensing agreement with SIGMA-ALDRICH Japan. Under the agreement terms, the two companies will collaborate in synthesizing high-reactive aminated oligonucleotide using the newly-developed amination reagent.
Further, by leveraging their strength in gene designs and DNA microarray technologies, the two companies aim to develop and provide highly reliable gene analysis technology.
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|Date:||Nov 24, 2005|
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