Innova Biosciences Launches Research Tool for Scientists
Innova Biosciences (United Kingdom) the inventor of the world’s easiest to use
antibody labeling kits (Lightning-Link™ or Lightning-Link™ Rapid), has produced a
research tool for scientists.
Cambridge, UK, October 22, 2011 - Innova Biosciences (United Kingdom) the inventor of the
world’s easiest to use antibody labeling kits (Lightning-Link™ or Lightning-Link™ Rapid), has
produced a research tool for scientists. The Absorption-Emission Table, which is available to view
online, was designed to aid scientists in selecting the optimum label for flow cytometry,
immunohistochemistry (imaging) and multiplex experiments. The new research tool adds to a
wide selection of guides already available online at www.innovabiosciences.com, and was
developed to make the website a resource of relevant information for scientists.
Commenting on the new research tool, Brian Carpenter, Innova Biosciences’ Sales and Marketing
Manager, said ‘As an effort to continue to develop our website as a resource of technical
information and guides, we are pleased announce the new guide is now available to view at our
website. Scientists working in immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry and multiplex assays will be
able to refer to the reference table to assist their experimental design and analysis. With a quick
reference, it will enable scientists to easily select the appropriate antibody to suit their required
Innova Biosciences invites scientists to view the new Absorption-Emission Table.
About the company
Innova Biosciences is a growing, dynamic business, based in Cambridge, UK. At the core of
Innova’s business is Lightning-Link™, an innovative technology that simplifies antibody labeling
for use in R&D applications, drug discovery and diagnostics. The expanding Lightning-Link™
portfolio currently consists of over 40 individual products and is sold to research laboratories in
over 30 countries around the world.
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