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Connect with Takara Bio Europe at ELRIG Drug Discovery 2012

Published: Tuesday, September 04, 2012
Last Updated: Tuesday, September 04, 2012
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Connect with Takara Bio at booth M3 at the DD2012 in Manchester and win a Google Nexus 7 tablet.

Come along and discover more about kits for protein-protein interaction, cobalt purification media and fast expression systems.

Booth M3

Takara Bio Group

Since its beginnings as the biomedical business of Takara Shuzo Co., Ltd. (now Takara Holdings Inc.), Takara Bio has developed biotechnology-related businesses with a focus on genetic engineering technologies. At present, we have three business segments. In Japan, the Genetic engineering research business has pioneered the introduction and sale of a gene amplification system known as PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction). This business provides research reagents, scientific instruments, and contract research services that are essential for leading-edge biotechnology research. Today, the sales network of this business boasts a global reach, encompassing North America, Europe, and emerging Asian countries.Place description here

Clontech Laboratories, Inc.

Clontech Laboratories provides kits, reagents, and services that help researchers explore questions about gene discovery, regulation, and function. As the newest member of the Takara Bio Group, Clontech joins a company that holds a leadership position in the global market and is committed to improving the human condition through biotechnology. Clontech's mission is to develop high-quality innovative tools and services to accelerate discovery.


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