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Kem-En-Tec A/S

Lersoe Parkalle 42
Copenhagen, DK-2100, Denmark

Phone: +45 39271777
Fax: +45 31200178

Please notice: This entry hasn't been updated by the submitting company for more than 2 years. It could be possible that this company doesn't longer exists.

Description:

Kem-En-Tec is a biotechnology company founded in 1988 by a team of Danish researchers from the Protein Laboratory at the University of Copenhagen. Today, the Kem-En-Tec group employs 28 people, of whom 14 worh in the R&D unit and 8 in sales and marketing. Kem-En-Tecīs fundamental concept is to apply the ideas and results of basic research to the development of new and better quality products, thereby ensuring the customers improved results and more efficient use of their resources.
Kem-En-Tec products include biochemicals as Avidin, Streptavidin, Alkaline Phosphatase, Enzyme Substrate Tablets (OPB, TMB, DAB, Fast Red etc.) and several versions of Mono-component Liquid TMB. The product line also includes an advanced package of Digital Image Processing Software for protein and DNA scanning and analysis as well as a small range of Electrophoresis equipment. As a supplement to the above, Kem-En-Tec is the Danish/Scandinavian representative for companies as: CLB, Bio 101, Novex, BioSepra, C.B.S. Scientific, Kontes, Turner, etc.

Last update of this entry: before October 1999.

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