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Comprehensive New Product Guide for Step-By-Step Nucleic Acid Chemistry

Published: Wednesday, June 05, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, June 05, 2013
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Link Technologies have launched their new, free product guide with practical application notes and protocols.

Link Technologies Ltd has announced the release of its 2013/14 Product Guide. The new guide, complete with brand new products and associated application notes, is a comprehensive resource for researchers and manufacturers in oligonucleotide biochemistry, including oligo synthesis and modification.

Valuably, this guide covers an extensive range of DNA, RNA and PNA reagents, and details tried-and-tested experimental protocols for optimum application results.

Link Technologies are offering this free product guide as a downloadable PDF, available from their website now, and also as a printed hard copy.

Designed to be easy-to-navigate, the product guide is broken down into application areas including RNA synthesis, backbone modification and labelling strategies, ensuring relevant product and protocol references can be located quickly.

With over two thirds of the new guide devoted to application notes, protocols, and summary data pages, the 2013/14 product guide is packed full with useful, useable and enabling content.

This indispensable resource provides reliable step-by-step instructions, key experimental conditions and details of the best-suited products, to guide readers through experimental procedures and maximize application success, whether they are investigating new areas of nucleic acid chemistry or using the guide as a daily point of reference.

Link Technologies now offers a larger than ever collection of reagents and phosphoramidites for oligonucleotide synthesis and modification.

With competitive prices and high purity and quality as standard, Link Technologies ensures the entire process, from consultancy to ordering, delivery and customer support, is seamless and dependable to meet the most stringent experimental specifications.


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