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  October 06, 2022
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Raccoon InfoSyse

1440 Barberry Dr.
Port Coquitlam

Phone: 16049458408
Fax: 1-604-941-9022


We are in the process of consulting future licensing manufacturers for subsidiaries.

We are gathering business intelligence near Boston, MA USA that our LED laser can be developed in the USA (with Raccoon InfoSyse as the Canadian & Philippine manufacturing subsidiaries).

We will contact candidates to be licensed exclusively with use of our dye-tagged denaturing polyacrylamide electrophoretic (DT-DPAGE) protocol which beats the competition for fast turn around of our gel runs and ease of use otherwise not available and will facilitate faster multiple runs for high-throughput proteomic analysis.

Additionally it is requisite that the electrophoretic mechanism be "pulsed" to define greater resolution and finer discrete gel bands for direct visual ID and reading capacity through the laser reader. 

In the news, the latest: 

Thermo-Fisher Scientific® and their Party to the Use of the DT PAGE Mini-Protein Reader.

Thermo-Fisher Scientific demonstrated in ads on social media microreplicated arranged cassettes in semi-automated, rapid digitized or electronic run and read/processed data recording output. Breathtaking to say the least and promising as a partner for mini-protein reader proposals from “SkyeBlue” for their dye-tagged denaturing PAGE methodology subject to the need to ascertain integration of output bands vs background stacked (and which may unstack) detergent critical micellar concentration (CMC) of the detergent in solution in PAGE media in the gel.


Bio-Rad® and their “Substrate-Level” Chromophore Tagged (“Dyed”) Protein PAGE with Mini-Protein Reader.

This is the competition to our technological breakthrough but is not prep ready for ID and quantitation for the protein bands analyses in case recovery is desired from the sample. There is also the question of labour and time constraints for prepping the PAGE gel before analyses and data processing is complete. 


SKYEVIEW: There is news reaching SkyeBlue of experiments involving livestock cattle and water buffaloes ("carabaos") on SCT/grass silage fed year round for dairy and meat production for the assessment of plasma bovine growth releasing hormone (bGRH) and bovine growth hormone (bGH) with feeding of functional acting non-essential (NEAA) / HIS amino acids and the Principal Investigator's own research interest to assay if HIS in bovine mammalian spp. has a particular effect on hormonal levels and on milk output (Kg/day) and lean body   mass/ fat (LBM/fat) composition, including in particular skeletal muscular fibrillar tissues, as indicators of muscular mass' lean gain (LG) and correlations with animal's N status and if any total body weight or gain. 

SKYEVIEW: Just as a 'memory jogger', a LASER is defined in performance with the following properties of emitting light radiation: 1) the light beam is coherent or constant in its qualities, 2) highly intense or of great 'power' from its emitting irradiation (including visible light) that has been reinforced, and 3) monochromatic lending its convenience in probing or treating its target material or matrix.  Just imagine sinoidal repeating waves that have been superposed on themselves to coherent overlap- and you've got the idea!

(c) D. A. Flores. SKYE BLUE INTERNET. Port Coquitlam. BC. Canada V3B 1G3.          

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