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BIOTECHNOLOGY AND LIFE SCIENCES products beginning with : R
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Refurbished Biochemistry Analyzer (5 suppliers)
Refurbished Cryogenic Storage Tank (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Digital Table Top Microfuges (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Dual Channel Glucose & Lactate Analyzers (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Floor Model Refrigerated Centrifuges (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Floor Model Ultra Centrifuges (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Fluorescence Inverted Microscope (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Fluorescence Motorized Stage Microscope (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Glass Coverslipper (3 suppliers)
Refurbished Glass Reactor (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Heat Exchangers (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Industrial Fermentor/Bioreactor (3 suppliers)
Refurbished Instruments for DNA Synthesis (5 suppliers)
Refurbished Instruments For RNA Synthesis (4 suppliers)
Refurbished Inverted Side Centrifuge (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Lab Furniture (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Large Capacity Floor Model Freezer Dryer (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Liquid Nitrogen Storage Tank (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Manual Microtome (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Mechanical Vacuum Pumps (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Mobile Bioreactor (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Multifunctional Microplate Reader (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Precision Stainless Steel Jacketed Reactor (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Refrigerated Chillers (3 suppliers)
Refurbished Robotic Handlers (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Scientific Equipment (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Semi-Automated Cryostat (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Stainless Steel Cell Culture Fermentor (3 suppliers)
Refurbished Stainless Steel Holding Tank (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Stainless Steel Jacketed Reactor (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Table Top Autoclaves (3 suppliers)
Refurbished Table Top Large Capacity Refrigerated Centrifuges (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Table Top Medium Capacity Centrifuges (2 suppliers)
Refurbished Table Top Refrigerated Centrifuges (2 suppliers)
Refuse Derived Cellulose (2 suppliers)
Any solid refuse or trash encountered in either an industrial or municipal environment is refuse derived. As used herein, the solid refuse may contain minor amounts of fly ash. Preferably, the solid refuse is what is known as clean trash, in that it consists substantially of solid, cellulose-based materials, such as paper, kraft paper, cardboard, computer print-outs & cards, and paper towels, plastic-based, such as styrofoam & other soft plastics, metallic-based materials, such as acco-type fasteners, ring binders, paper clips, staples, binder clips & other sundry type soft metal wastes & glass. Preferably, the refuse or clean trash is substantially cellulose-based material & is substantially free of glass and metallic materials. Refuse-derived fuel (RDF) is prepared from municipal solid waste. Noncombustible materials such as rocks, glass & metals are removed, and the remaining combustible portion of the solid waste is chopped or shredded. RDF facilities process between 100 and 3000 tons of MSW per day.
Regenerated Cellulose (RC) Membrane Syringe Filter Units (2 suppliers)
Regenerated Cellulose (RC) Syringe Filter Units (3 suppliers)
Regenerated Cellulose Dialysis Tubing (2 suppliers)
Regenerated Cellulose Membranes (3 suppliers)
Regenerative Cell Therapy (5 suppliers)
Regenerative Medicine (2 suppliers)
Regulated Mammalian Expression System (3 suppliers)
regulator of G protein signaling 3 (1 supplier)
Regulatory And Ethics Approval Service (3 suppliers)
RELA Antibody (2 suppliers)
Relational Database management (14 suppliers)
Most or all data are structured. These files are the hardest to set up & maintain, and require specific knowledge by a searcher, but they are the easiest to use when doing analysis or integration. Data is categorized by specific fields, and so, by knowing the fields one should be able to capture all the relevant data, quite easily. The searchability of a relational database is totally dependent on how well the database has been structured. For example, in a relational database management system (RDBMS), indices may be created, and the user doesn't have to query against the index. The user still queries against logical relations, and the system automatically determines if it is faster to use the indices to answer a query. The user is thus insulated from worrying about various details, such as physical organization of data on disk, the exact location of the data, tuning the representation for better performance and choosing the best plan for evaluating a query. This declarative querying paradigm has been a huge success for relational DBMSs, and today commercial RDBMSs manage terabytes of data & allow very complex querying on these databases. Database management systems can provide similar benefits to the life sciences community, just as it did three decades ago to the business data management community. Many of the data sets that are used in life sciences are growing at an astonishing rate, such as sequence data.
Relative Quantification (2 suppliers)
Relaxed pBR322 DNA (2 suppliers)
Relaxin 1 Peptide (1 supplier)
Relaxin 1 Polyclonal Antibody (2 suppliers)
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