Bio-Synthesis Expands Dye Labeling Licensing
News Nov 08, 2007
End users who source Biosearch dyes for any purpose other than non-commercial R&D applications will still be required to contact the Biosearch Technologies Licensing Department to obtain a Commercial Use License.
The dyes are chemically coupled to synthetic oligonucleotides and provide means for non-radioactive detection of DNA targets.
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