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8th Scandinavian Plant Physiology Society PhD Students Conference

Agrisera attended the 8th Scandinavian Plant Physiology Society PhD Students Conference,  taking place from 16th-19th of June in Uppsala, Sweden. The conference was well-organized with many excellent speakers who shared their interesting research results. We also enjoyed an interested guided tour of Uppsala city followed by a conference dinner.

Thank you to all who came by to our booth and shared your experience of using Agrisera antibodies and suggested new ideas.

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Meet Agrisera during this summer

Agrisera is looking forward to seeing everyone at several conferences during this summer:

The Molecular Life of Plants: from Theory to Application, 16.06-19.06, Uppsala, Sweden
Plant Biology Europe FESPB/EPSO Congress, 22.06-26.06, Dublin, Ireland
Posttranscriptional Gene Expression Regulation in Plants, 30.06 - 2.07, Poznan, Poland
Plant Biology 2014 meeting, 12.07-16.07, Portland, Oregon
Arabidopsis 2014,  28.07-1.08, Vancouver, Canada
Lignin 2014 - biosynthesis and utilization, 24.08-28.08, Umeå, Sweden

Welcome to come by our stand and talk to us!
Read more 2014-06-15

Agrisera started collaboration with Techtum

Press release for Swedish customers

Två etablerade svenska företag i biotech-branschen, Agrisera AB och Techtum Lab AB, har påbörjat ett samarbete på den skandinaviska marknaden. Techtum behöver komplettera sortimentet på proteinsidan och Agrisera har dessa produkter. Agrisera kan nu erbjuda kompletterande PCR-relaterade produkter via

Techtum. Techtum Lab AB är sedan 1975 en etablerad leverantör till forskningslaboratorier i Sverige och Norden. Techtum har ett brett sortiment av utrustning och reagenser för PCR/QPCR, extraktion och "Next Generation Sequencing". Techtum ingår i koncernen AlphaHelix Molecular Diagnostics AB (publ) tillsammans med dotterbolaget AlphaHelix Technologies AB.

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Read more 2014-06-04

Aquatic science meeting in Portland, Oregon

Agrisera on aquatic science meeting
Between 18th and 23rd of May you had a chance to meet with Natalie Donaher and Chris Brown who represented Agrisera at the "Aquatic science at a time of rapid change" meeting in Portland, Oregon. It featured research from four societies: the society for freshwater sciences (SFS), association for the science of limnology and oceanography (ASLO), phycological society of America (PSA) and society of wetland scientists (SWS). Conference talks often showcased the ecological changes associated with anthropogenic disturbance, organism-level changes in niche ecologies and molecular studies of nutrient cycling. Thank you to all interested in proteomic work using Agrisera antibodies.
Read more 2014-06-03
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