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28, Ingenernaya street
Phone: +7 (383) 330-3516 or 363-9381
Fax: +7 (383) 330-3516 or 363-9381
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BIOSSET Ltd. designs and produces efficient instruments for the DNA and RNA synthesis for affordable prices. Original design of synthesizers allows to synthesize high-quality oligonucleotides with minimal reagent consumption. BIOSSET's DNA/RNA synthesizers successfully used in twenty countries.
ASM-2000 DNA/RNA synthesizer is high-throughput instrument for parallel synthesis of the 96 sequences of standard, degenerate and modified DNA and RNA. Efficiency - 96 oligonucleotides in 3-4 hours. The monitoring of synthesis quality is provided be trytil collection system. Wide range amidite portes - 12 bottles (10-250 mL) and 25 microtubes (0.25 mL). Special dispenser tool completely avoids the losses of special amidities and reagents for the filling of the liquid channels.
ASM-800 DNA/RNA synthesizer is the eight-column instrument for the parallel synthesis of DNA and RNA. The instrument allows cost efficient synthesis of standard and degenerate DNA, RNA, DNA-RNA chimeras, phosphorthiote DNA and DNA containig various reporter/ligand groups (fuorescein, Cy3, CY5, biotin, etc), Fimers (2'-modified primers) and other "non-vanilla" oligos. All the reactans are despensered by syringe pump with flow step 1 uL and flow rate 12-100 uL/S.
OPS-1000 Oligonucleotide Purification System is automated instrument for oligonucleotide detrytilation and purification manuallly by solid phase extraction (SPE). Efficiency - 96 oligonucleotides in 1 hour.
OPS-12 Oligonucleotide Purification System is instrument for oligonucleotide detrytilation and purification manually by solid phase extraction (SPE). Efficiency - 96 oligonucleotides in 1 hour.
Last update of this entry: June 13, 2019