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c-LEcta launches new product DENARASE ELISA Kit

As an addition to the previous product DENARASE, c-LEcta now offers the DENARASE ELISA Kit, an enzyme for the production of vaccines and biopharmaceuticals. With the new test system, the concentration of DENARASE in biological samples can be determined with the highest level of accuracy. The kit is used for analytical monitoring of biotechnological production processes in the pharmaceutical industry.

Compared to other products, the test set developed by c-LEcta has higher sensitivity and selectivity. With the introduction of the DENARASE ELISA Kit, c-LEcta is expanding its range for the pharmaceutical industry and adding another member to the DENARASE product family.

Source: Communication from the c-Lecta GmbH from 28.05.2020/XNUMX/XNUMX

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