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PurSolutions opens location in Nashville-based life sciences center

PurSolutions, LLC opened its doors at the Cumberland Emerging Technologies (CET) Life Sciences Center in Nashville, TN. The CET Life Sciences Center is a business incubator facility that offers flexible wet lab, dry lab, and office space, as well as equipment and infrastructure to early-stage biomedical companies with a mission to help promising life sciences

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PurSolutions receives Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the National Science Foundation

PurSolutions, LLC was awarded funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop novel STEM education products that bridge the gap between biology and engineering. This project aims to encourage students to think on both the microscale and macroscale, and ask how they can harness molecular/biological principles to solve practical problems.

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PurSolutions launches Recurring Reagent™ plan

PurSolutions, LLC launched a subscription plan for lyophilized reagents coined “Recurring Reagent™.” Upon witnessing the frustrations and delays that researchers face in navigating their institutional procurement systems, PurSolutions designed this service to streamline the ordering process for its customers while also providing access to deep product discounts.

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PurSolutions now shipping to over 11 countries in Europe

PurSolutions, LLC partnered with Biomol GmbH to distribute products internationally. Biomol is renowned for their curated collection of life science reagents from specialized manufacturers and exemplary logistical support. This partnership represents significant progress towards the goal of making cytoskeletal proteins easily accessible to all researchers.

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PurSolutions launches biotin-labeled tubulin

PurSolutions, LLC added tubulin conjugated with Biotin-XX to its product line to cater to biophysicists and nanotechnologists studying self-assembling polymers. Tubulin functionalized with biotin permits immobilization of microtubules on streptavidin-coated solid surfaces such as glass coverslips and beads. As such, biotinylated tubulin is useful in a number of applications including in vitro optical traps, molecular

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PurSolutions adds actin protein to its product list

PurSolutions, LLC added two varieties of purified actin protein to its portfolio: Ultra-Pure Actin and Pure Actin. Differing in their degree of purity, these actin products give customers control over protein quality and price. This represents significant progress toward the goal of creating a focused product line of complementary reagents that cater to cytoskeletal researchers.

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PurSolutions develops new website

PurSolutions, LLC launched a new website focused on straightforward navigation and insightful content. Complete with protocols, datasheets, quote request forms, and a help desk, www.PureSoluble.com serves to directly link the company and its customers. The domain name, as well as the company name, speak to the purity and solubility of the cytoskeletal protein products.

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PurSolutions launches dye-labeled tubulin products

PurSolutions, LLC added tubulin conjugated with Alexa Fluor® dyes to its product line with microscopists and biophysicists in mind. Tubulin functionalized with fluorescent dyes allows for optimal visualization of microtubules in real time, and is useful in a number of applications including in vitro microtubule gliding assays, single molecule motor assays, speckle microscopy in xenopus

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PurSolutions first to offer cycled, cryopreserved tubulin protein

PurSolutions, LLC emerged on the scene of life science suppliers with its offering of Cycled Tubulin. Purified from bovine neuronal tissue by subsequent rounds of polymerization and depolymerization, Cycled Tubulin boasts higher purity, activity, and solubility than any other tubulin protein product on the market. Cytoskeletal researchers that previously avoided commercial tubulin suppliers are now

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