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Water Purification Systems

Water is one of the most common ingredients in laboratories and in our everyday life. In the case of scientific fields and in researches, water is commonly used as a solvent, which means that is used for cleaning. Besides, is the basis for cell cultures, buffers and reagents. As everything inside yo...

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Despite the scientific and medical progress achieved up to date, the development of a cell capable of replicating the information present in the DNA seemed to be just a fantasy. However, a group of researchers belonging to the Severo Ochoa Molecular Biology and Delft University of Technology (Nether...

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Sterilization and its process in the laboratory

It is important to apply sterilization and disinfection techniques in any laboratory. Both processes are equally important. There is an important difference between them: sterilization kills and/or removes all classes of microorganisms and spores based on physical agents; disinfection is a chemical ...

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Mother Cells Will Be Able To Be Transported At Long Distances.

Researches about the cellular regeneration of damaged tissue or limb require an increasing number of mother cells. However, the care that these cells require when they are taken out of the laboratory where they were processed, are really demanding, so many times when the distance between the hospita...

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Features and uses of the Magnetic Hotplate Stirrer

A magnetic stirrer is a device used to create a rotating magnetic field. The magnetic stirrer creates a rotating field based on a rotating magnet bar or a plate containing the rotating magnet. In general, the bar magnet is coated with plastic and plate contains a rotating magnet. It is possible to c...

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Functional cure for HIV created

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that in the world more than 34 Millions of people have contracted HIV (immune deficiency Virus acquired) in recent years. However, it has not been able to be found its cure up to now. Retrovirals have allowed the infected to keep the virus "controlled" i...

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Homogenizers: Operation and Use

A homogenizer is a very important part of any laboratory. The functions of this instrument include mixing, stirring, emulsifying and dispersing. It is used for the homogenization of various types of material, such as tissue, plant, food, soil, and many others. This process is accomplished by turning...

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The end of cancer?

The Nanobots are robots that have a size not greater than an atom, so they are invisible to the human eye unless they are placed in the sight of a microscope. Its medical function has evolved with the passing of the years until today that, it seems to be a potent and effective cure of cancer, attack...

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Ultra Low Freezer and Energy Saving

Ultra Low Freezers (ULT) are indispensable pieces of laboratory equipment. There is a wide range of freezers available in the market, depending on the lab requirements. However, freezers are major power consumers in a lab. It is essential to minimize energy consumption and operating costs. There are...

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In the biological field, there are a lot of tests and research techniques that need the proper devices and instruments in order to get reliable results. Whether is a medical laboratory or a chemistry one, their inventory has to be perfectly stocked with the highest technology available, so that they...

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