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2900 72nd Street North
St. Petersburg, 33710
United States of America, Florida
Toll free: 877-387-1639
Life Sciences Advanced Technologies continues to build on the well-established biochemical product line we have manufactured and distributed since 1962. For over fifty years, Life Sciences Advanced Technologies, Inc. has been the world’s leading commercial producer of native AMV Reverse Transcriptase. Life Sciences has evolved into Life Sciences Advanced Technologies, Inc. by building on its existing product lines.
Life Sciences Advanced Technologies is committed to providing quality enzymes and biochemical products with an emphasis on service, value and customer satisfaction.
We pride ourselves in striving to respond to your scientific needs with a sense of urgency and timeliness. Life Sciences has expanded our product line to meet the demands of the medical, scientific and research communities.
We are continuously collaborating with major pharmaceutical, biotechnology and research organizations to develop products that are impacting the global market. More specifically we have worked with companies, institutions, and individual research scientists to develop and improve products in PCR, isothermal amplification of nucleic acids, NASBA, enzyme modification, molecular biology and immunology.
We now offer:
- Nucleic acid-modifying enzymes
- High-purity trehalose powder and sterile solution
- Rabbit anti-avian p27 antiserum, IgG fraction and peroxidase conjugate
We invite you to review the pages on our web site for more information about our products.
Last update of this entry: March 22, 2017
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