Distributor in Colombia31st October
TATAA proudly presents our first distributor in South America
“GENTECH Genetics and Technology is a company founded at 2002 and dedicated to provide molecular biology reagents and inputs, biomedical instruments and services for the life science research and its applications in the biotechnology market. We are located in Colombia (South-America) covering more than 70% of our country including remote zones where universities and research centers had not personnel assistance from national biotech distributors.
Gentech recognition is based on technical support, marketing of the best brands and excellent after/post sale service related to molecular biology and biotechnology.
Our team is commited to learn and satisfy the real needs of our customers in terms of knowledge, advisory, fast answer, permanent accompaniment, reasonable prices in all the stages of the process of sale. Gentech has been builded and founded in the Christian faith for more than twelve years and this way of living has been applied to all our fields of our lives and to the way we make our businesses.”
PHONE: (57) 4+4443885
JAIRO ALBERTO COLORADO CASTAÑO
mobil (573) 104286174
Seminar at Karolinska University Hospital30th October
Join seminar by Mikael Kubista
Karolinska University hospital on November 11
Biotech animation30th October
Ph.Diddy at the Conference
Life Technologies Award28th October
Life Technologies Awards Digital PCR Innovation Grants to Five Research Labs, recipients demonstrate applications ranging from studies in leukemia, alcoholism and GMO testing.
Award for young investigators24th October
Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators
Until 15 January 2014, young researchers working in Europe who are not older than 35 years are invited to apply for the Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators. This highly prestigious prize was first established in 1995. It acknowledges outstanding contributions to biomedical research in Europe based on methods of molecular biology, including novel analytical concepts.
2013 Customer value leadership award23rd October
Dr Mikael Kubista, CEO and founder of TATAA, accepts Frost & Sullivan 2013 customer value leadership award for gene expression profiling services
MicroRNA profiling guidelines from Exiqon22nd October
Learn more about TATAA’s microRNA profiling services
qPCR hurdles17th October
”Getting over qPCR’s technical hurdles” in Biotechniques
Available market reports15th October
Market and technology reports available from TATAA
Non-magnetic cell isolation11th October
A unique non-magnetic cell isolation technology for targets from a wide spectrum of biological fluids
You need a pure cell or protein population for your experiments? You like to get your targets fast and want a fuss-free isolation system?
TATAA is proud to distribute pluriBead, a unique cell separation technology developed by pluriSelect. It works without any magnetic components or centrifugation steps, it is fast and reduces cell stress and maximizes yield and vitality. The procedure is simple: You sieve your pluriBeads (with bound target cells) down a strainer – the pluriBeads with your target cells stay on top, the unwanted cells run through. After detaching, you have your target cells ready.
- Isolate single cells from cell suspensions
- Isolate single cells directly from unprocessed whole blood
- Nucleic acid isolation within minutes
- Protein isolation within minutes
- Multi target isolation via cascade sieving or via step-by-step separation
1. Raw material
A – pluriBeads®, larger than the cells, with a target specific surface coating.
B – Sample material (whole blood, buffy coat or tissue) with targets.
Sample and beads are mixed and incubated at room temperature for 10-30 min on a roller mixer or pluriPlix. The target cells will bind to the beads.
The bead bound target cells are isolated from the sample material with pluriStrainer. Bound targets remain on the pluriStrainer (A), while unwanted cells run though (B).
4-5. Detachment and separation
Target cells are detached from the beads with a detachment buffer directly on the strainer. The depleted beads remain on the strainer (A). The isolated targets are washed into the tube (B).