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fermenter

[fər′ment·ər]
(food engineering)
A vessel used for fermenting, such as a vat for fermenting mash in brewing.
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First strand cDNA was synthesized using Fermentas RevertAid TM First Strand cDNA Synthesis Kit: DEPC treated water 6 [micro]l, total RNA 5 [micro]l, 0.
Total RNA was reverse transcribed to cDNA using M-MuLV reverse transcriptase (MBI Fermentas, Lithuania) and random primers (Sangon, China).
PCR was carried out using reagents from Fermentas life sciences (Applied Biosystems, USA).
His board directorships and investments include Anesthetix Holdings, AvePoint, Burst Media, Commnet Wireless, FedMed, Fermentas International, Hatcher Associates, NameMedia, Nomacorc, Paragon Computer Professionals, Sage Telecom, and Unica Corporation.
2], 100 [micro]M of dNTPS (MBI, Fermentas, USA), 50 pmols of primers of C.
Restriction enzymes from Roche Applied Science and Fermentas have a solid following in Europe while Promega's restriction enzymes do comparatively well in regions other than North America and Europe.
001% gelatin), each deoxynuclotide at a concentration of 100 mm (MBI, Fermentas, USA), each primer at a concentration of 20 pmol, 1.
As molecular size marker, the Gene Ruler 100-bp DNA ladder plus (MBI Fermentas, St.
PCR reaction was performed in 25 [micro]1 1xPCR buffer (MBI, Fermentas, Lithuania) containing 20 pmol of each primer, 2.
The RT reaction was carried out as follows: 10 [micro]L of RNA dissolved in water was mixed with 2 [micro]L of each primer (10 pmol/[micro]L), 2 [micro]L of M-MuLV reverse transcriptase (20 U/[micro]L [MBI Fermentas, Vilnius, Lithuania]), 5 [micro]L of 5 x RT-buffer (MBI Fermentas), 2 [micro]L of dNTP-mix (2.
The system is being launched at the American Society of Cell Biology Annual Conference being held this week in San Francisco, under the Fermentas trade name "Gene Catcher(TM).
influenzae biotype II isolates (obtained previously from blood and respiratory specimens from the geographic area where the patient lived) were examined by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) after digestion of bacterial DNA with SmaI (MBI Fermentas, Vilnius, Lithuania) and separation of the fragments with the CHEF Mapper apparatus (BioRad Laboratories, Hercules, CA) and were visually compared (10).