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  • Medical Device Link . IVD Technology News
    for lyophilized and liquid reagents. SurModics, Inc. (Eden Prairie, MN), will demonstrate its PhotoLink surface-modification technology, which immobilizes molecules to create unique surfaces on polymers, metals, and glass. The company will also show its StabilCoat immunoassay stabilizer for increasing
  • Medical Device Link . Commercialization of a chemiluminescence-based analyzer
    the use of a photomultiplier tube (PMT). A PMT consists of an evacuated glass tube containing a photocathode, a number of dynodes, and an anode. As photons strike the photocathode, electrons are ejected and accelerate toward the first dynode. Each electron striking the dynode then ejects several more
  • Medical Device Link . EMDM Industry News
    combination of price, performance, and processability, and it has been running Topas on a blister pack machine in Indonesia since 1999. The low glass transition temperature of Topas and its moisture barrier properties prompted Bayer to specify the material for its blister packs. A key feature
  • Medical Device Link . Development applications for membrane-bottom microwell plates
    versatility. Membranes may be used as prefilters, as exemplified by borosilicate glass filters; for general biological sample filtration, as seen with cellulose acetate filters; or for high protein retention and DNA and RNA binding, as seen with nitrocellulose membranes. Nylon membranes are inherently
  • Frequently Asked Questions About Membrane Filters
    Filters. Custom Syringe and Capsule Filters. Silver Membranes. Cellulose Acetate Membranes. Ceramic Membranes. Glass Fiber Filters. MCE, Nitrocellulose Mixed Esters. Nylon Membranes. PCTE (Polycarbonate) Membranes. PETE (Polyester) Membranes. Polypropylene Membranes. PES (Polyethersulfone) Membranes. PVDF
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    for the medical and diagnostics markets, is its low glass transition temperature. "It can be processed at a glass transition temperature of 80 C," notes Jacobs, "which enables rapid throughput on packaging lines while producing uniform blisters with a constant wall thickness." Blister packaging
  • Medical Device Link . DNA-chip technologies
    Fabrication To date, most microscale devices that employ electric fields for fluid transport have been fabricated from glass or silica. However, when single-use devices are desired, it is unlikely that glass fabrication will be cost-effective. Aclara has developed proprietary technology
  • Medical Device Link .
    and production use. It can be used for surface treatment and cleaning or removal of organic contamination from metals, ceramics, glass, and silicon. The system fits in one cabinet. The company 's plasma science group has developed plasma treatment processes for various medical applications. Plasma
  • Medical Device Link .
    of blood-contaminated broken glass. When spills do occur, it is essential that decontamination be easy and that drip flow into inaccessible areas be avoided. The BioRobot 3000 by Qiagen Inc. (Hilden, Germany) effectively addresses this concern by using a magnetic tray-movement mechanism. This noncontact
  • Medical Device Link .
    . The electrically conductive 118-09A/B is flexible and can be cured at low temperatures. In addition to low ohmic contact to indium and tin oxide sputtered glass and polyester, the product also is suitable for adhesion to Kapton, Mylar, polycarbonate, and other substrates. Applications include EMI