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PTI Introduces New Symphony® X Multiplex Peptide Synthesizer

Published: Friday, October 05, 2012
Last Updated: Friday, October 05, 2012
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Perfect platform for R&D, protocol optimization or production.

Protein Technologies, Inc. has introduced the new Symphony X multiplex peptide synthesizer. Finally, the Symphony users been waiting for.

The Symphony X comes with twice the number of reaction vessels as the original Symphony, extra amino acid and bottle positions, flexible fluid deliveries and more!

Run different sequences, scales and protocols on multiple reactors all at the same time!

Start, Stop or Pause reactors whenever users wish! It's like having 24 synthesizers in one!

Or, run up to 12 reaction vessels with preactivation! Also comes with optional UV-monitoring!

With all this and more, the Symphony X is the perfect platform for R&D, protocol optimization or production!


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