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Thermo Fisher Scientific – Custom Synthesis Products
Thermo Fisher Scientific Corporation’s custom synthesis facillity, based in Ulm, is staffed by a team of dedicated scientists who offer high quality custom synthesis service for speciality oligonucleotides and peptides for academic, life science and pharmaceutical research.
Custom synthesis products can be ordered on-line by way of the biopolymer section of Thermo’s fully automated e-commerce site (www.custombiopolymers.com), ensuring speedy and accurate processing. Thermo’s custom synthesis products are backed by unrivalled technical know-how and customer support.
The company is committed to providing high quality products and has an established Quality Management System according to ISO 9001. All synthesised oligonucleotides are systematically purified by reverse-phase HPLC as standard and all peptides are MS controlled routinely.
A world leader in high-tech instruments, Thermo Fisher Scientific helps life science, laboratory, and industrial customers advance scientific knowledge, enable drug discovery, improve manufacturing processes, and protect people and the environment with instruments, scientific equipment and integrated software solutions. Based in Waltham, Massachusetts, Thermo Fisher Scientific has revenues of more than $17 billion, and employ approximately 50,000 people in 50 countries worldwide.
Last update of this entry: November 14, 2014
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