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2016-07-01 PlasmaChem announces it has signed an exclusive distributor agreement with Filgen Inc. for distribution of PlasmaChem's nanomaterials in Japan. The distribution agreement will allow PlasmaChem to win access to the local R&D and industrial customers. More information about Filgen is available at http://filgen.jp/Profile/ProfileE.htm
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New types of Metal-Organic Networks (MOF) are available for sale:
http://www.plasmachem.com/shop/en/251-mof
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New products for your research and manufacturing:
PEG-amine
PEG(16)-thiol
http://www.plasmachem.com/shop/en/127-peg-derivatives

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2016-05-15 PlasmaChem thanks all the visitors at company's booth at Analytica 2016, which was held in Munich (Germany) 11-13 May 2016. Along with the running and emerging products, PlasmaChem has presented the novel product developed jointly with Semiotic LLC, Russia - the low-price, high accuracy, mass production molecular diagnostic glycan microchip. More information about this technology is available for download: New Molecular Diagnostics of Cancer, Flyer (EN)

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Complete room temperature processing of n- and
p-type MOSFETs, and CMOS inverters has been demonstrated using PlasmaChem's I2O3 nanoparticles.
ACS Nano, 2015, 9 (3), pp 3075–3083
DOI: 10.1021/nn507326z
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Nature article on super-resolution microscopy, by group of Stefan W. Hell (Noble prize 2014) on STED nanoscopy using PlasmaChem's QDs
http://www.nature.com/ncomms/2015/150518/ncomms8127/extref/ncomms8127-s1.pdf

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Nature article on super-resolution, by group of Stefan W. Hell (Noble prize 2014) on STED nanoscopy using PlasmaChem's QDs
http://www.nature.com/ncomms/2015/150518/ncomms8127/extref/ncomms8127-s1.pdf

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Complete room temperature processing of n- and
p-type MOSFETs, and CMOS inverters has been demonstrated using PlasmaChem's I2O3 nanoparticles.
ACS Nano, 2015, 9 (3), pp 3075–3083
DOI: 10.1021/nn507326z
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