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 •  October 18

Introduction In the 21st century, plastic medical tubing has become integral to effective healthcare. Tubing is used to deliver nutrients, blood, and gases to patients, as well as to perform minimally invasive procedures, for example, cardiac angioplasty, which over the past few years, have increased widely. As a result, manufacturers have been...

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 •  August 20

Researchers at Tokai University describe in Advanced Materials how wrapping biological tissue in a nanosheet of a particular organic material results in high-quality microscopy images. Application of the wrap prevents the sample from drying out, and hence from shrinking, enabling larger image-recording times. In order to fully understand how...

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 •  July 28

Brine, sea, and brackish water put a challenge to chromatography due to their high salt fractions. Successful cation analysis in such samples requires a column with high capacity. The Metrohm C 6 is a high capacity column that helps you to meet this challenge with ease. Metrosep C 6 – Exceptionally High Sodium-Ammonium Resolution The Metrosep C 6...

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 •  July 30, 2016

Due to the increasing importance of space considerations, fluid performance and energy saving potentials, customized solutions are constantly becoming more complex, accompanied by higher component requirements. The new cartridge valve (Type 6164) from Burkert simplifies pneumatic piloting controls through optimal integration of a pilot valve in...

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 •  November 24, 2015

BioPlast Manufacturing, a manufacturer of plastic components used primarily for the medical research, clinical diagnostic and biotech environments, announced today that it has acquired Kord-Valmark, a leading manufacturer of quality petri dishes. This acquisition is aligned with BioPlast Manufacturing's strategy to offer clients a platform of...

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 •  October 29, 2012

Brackets made from clear plastic polymer used in dental correction orthodontics have produced very good results in recent years, especially in relation to the improved esthetics when compared to metal brackets, but they do present certain problems of wear and tear within the mouth. "We were estimating the friction between teeth and the brackets, ...