More Tools for Researchers on the Promega iPhone/iPad App

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The Promega App is now available in a new format optimized for easy use on both iPhone and iPad as well as it’s supplemented with more tools.

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The Promega App is now available in a new format optimized for easy use on both iPhone and iPad, and it’s supplemented with more tools for scientists and students. New content in version 3.0 includes a Restriction Enzyme Finder, a new Biochemical Buffers chapter, and additional instructional videos on transfection and PCR purification.

The user interface has been redesigned and optimized for both iPad and iPhone. On the iPad, the Restriction Enzyme Finder and popular BioMath Calculators are now easily accessible via popup modular tools. They are part of the Protocols & Applications Guide section which now includes 15 chapters of reference information and protocols for covering basic concepts like Buffers, PCR, Apoptosis, DNA Purification, and more. The iPhone presentation allows easy navigation between tools and text-based content, bringing even more tools and resources directly to scientists at the bench.

With this update, the content of the Promega App continues to keep pace with the evolution of information delivery in today’s world. Promega will continue to explore dynamic delivery methods that strive to meet or exceed the expectations of the scientific community and offer rich and specific information whenever and wherever it is needed.

Promega Corporation is a leader in providing innovative solutions and technical support to the life sciences industry. The company’s 2,000 products enable scientists worldwide to advance their knowledge in genomics, proteomics, cellular analysis, molecular diagnostics and human identification. Founded in 1978, the company is headquartered in Madison, WI, USA with branches in 15 countries and over 50 global distributors. For more information about Promega, visit

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