October 28, 2008
Biotage, a leading supplier of tools and technology for medicinal and analytical chemistry, announces the release of its new 2008–09 Synthesis and Purification Catalog. The new 336-page catalog includes a range of products for microwave synthesis, work-up, flash purification and evaporation. To order a catalog, please visit www.biotage.com.
This new Biotage catalog offers valuable information on applications along with comprehensive information to assist with system and consumable selection. A list of published microwave reactions provides quick reference to papers illustrating the wide-ranging benefits of microwave synthesis. The catalog also contains strategies for using solid-bound reagents to achieve higher purities, work-up solutions and scavenger selection guides.
New featured products include: the latest Biotage flash purification system, Isolera™ along with SNAP™ flash cartridges and the innovative V10 solvent evaporation system which quickly and safely dries dissolved compounds. Also Biotage has included the consumable and spare-part pricing for quick and easy reference when ordering.
The new Isolera™ FLASH purification system and new full range SNAP cartridge line, were both launched in 2008. These state-of-the-art flash chromatography tools enable chemists to easily achieve better separations in significantly shorter purification run-times.
For more information on the Biotage range of synthesis and purification products, please email email@example.com or visit www.biotage.com to order a catalog.
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Biotage is a global company active in life science research with strong technologies, a broad range of operations and a long-term view of the market. The company offers solutions, knowledge and experience in the areas of genetic analysis and medicinal chemistry. In 2005 operations and products were acquired from the American company Argonaut, further strengthening the medicinal chemistry product range. The customers include the worlds top 30 pharmaceutical companies, the worlds top 20 biotech companies, and leading academic institutes. The company is headquartered in Uppsala and has offices in the U.S., Japan, UK, Germany and several other European countries. Biotage has 336 employees and had sales of 496,4 MSEK in 2007. Biotage is listed on the OMX Nordic Exchange Stockholm AB. Website: www.biotage.com
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