Sep 10, 2015
MONMOUTH JUNCTION, NJ – A research article by authors Rubio-Navarro, Alfonso, et al in the journal International Journal of Cardiology cites Biotech Support Group’s HemogloBind™ (http://www.biotechsupportgroup.com/node/75) sample preparation...
Sep 09, 2015
MONMOUTH JUNCTION, NJ -- Biotech Support Group has prepared a new report describing a quantitative study of cancer sera using a new product for combining albumin depletion, low abundance enrichment and on-bead digestion.
May 13, 2015
Application Report on AlbuVoid™ LC-MS On-Bead Differential Expression of Cancer Sera Proteins Using Quantitative (iTRAQ) Proteomics
May 06, 2015
MONMOUTH JUNCTION, NJ – A research article in the journal Archives of Biochemistry & Biophysics (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0003986115001988) cites Biotech Support Group’s HemogloBind™...
Apr 20, 2015
MONMOUTH JUNCTION, NJ -- Biotech Support Group reports on a new Application Report describing an improved method for on-bead digestion of serum proteins first enriched with AlbuVoid™.
Feb 23, 2015
The patent provides albumin sample preparation research application to track modulators of disease processes and experiment data on metabolomics, transcriptomics, single nucleotide polymorphisms using sample preparation and an artificial intelligence
Feb 10, 2015
Research article in the journal NanoMedicine cites Biotech Support Group’s Cleanascite™ sample preparation reagent to obtain lipid clarified c-Myc inhibitor prodrug used in a drug delivery and enzymatic release platform.
Sep 19, 2014
Biotech Support Group and Dr. Nava Dayan L.L.C., have formed a collaborative initiative into the prospects of utilizing proteomic technologies in support of skin science research.
Sep 19, 2014
Biotech Support Group reports on 3 recent research articles describing the simplicity and efficiency of their proteomic sample preparation technology for clearing lipids from human bile.
Aug 06, 2014
Biotech Support Group reports on a technical report prepared by the U.S. Department of Justice. The central goal of the project was to isolate and identify protein biomarkers from biological stains of forensic utility.