RayBiotech and AnaSpec Sign Licensing Agreement for HiLyte™ Dyes
News Sep 16, 2008
AnaSpec and RayBiotech have announced a licensing agreement that will allow RayBiotech to label antibodies with AnaSpec HiLytePlus™ and HiLyte Fluor™ dyes and integrate into protein and antibody arrays.
HiLytePlus™ and HiLyte Fluor™ are AnaSpec's proprietary series of high performance fluorescent dyes optimized for long wavelength biomarker labeling.
"RayBiotech is a respected provider of innovative products for life science research," noted Dr. Anita Hong, AnaSpec's president. "In collaboration with RayBiotech, we are pleased to extend the performance advantages of our HiLyte™ dyes to a broader spectrum of researchers."
"Knowing the full spectrum of fluorescent dye options available, we have incorporated the HiLytePlus™ and HiLyte Fluor™ series of fluorescent dyes into our antibodies, protein and antibody arrays," stated Dr. Ray (Ruo-Pan) Huang, Ray Biotech’s president. "We are pleased to work with AnaSpec to add the additional value of high-performance labeling options and detection method to our customers."
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