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MéCour Produces New Video Series

  
  
  

GROVELAND, MA USA; March 3, 2010 - MéCour Temperature Control, LLC, a provider of heating/cooling temperature control solutions for life science applications, has launched a new series of videos. Two of the brief videos feature Ken Linehan, CEO of MéCour, highlighting the company’s solutions. These solutions operate via bench top or with major automation platforms like Caliper and Perkin Elmer.

You can view these videos below or on YouTube.

 











MeCour Overview


CEO Overview


MeCour Applications


MultiFormatTempUnits

MéCour Redesigns Website In Response to Customer Needs

  
  
  

GROVELAND, MA USA; August 24, 2009 - MéCour Temperature Control, LLC, a provider of heating/cooling temperature control solutions for life science applications, has redesigned its website in response to customer needs for more product information, latest company updates, and helping customers see MéCour as a partner who is there to help them with temperature control needs of any scale.

A visit to the new website will provide visitors product pictures and information, an easy way to contact the company for a quote on customized applications and more. MéCour plans to continue the momentum with a redesigned newsletter slated for September and future social media plans.

MéCour Presented at LabAutomation 2007

  
  
  

PALM SPRINGS, CA, USA; January 27-31, 2007 - MéCour Temperature Control, LLC, a provider of heating/cooling temperature control solutions for life science applications, developed a thermal block system used in a high throughput in-vitro ADME screening.  The assay was conducted by Pfizer Global Research and Development, and a poster containing photos and information on the system along with results achieved were presented at the LabAutomation Conference (ALA) and exhibition in Palm Springs, CA.

Click on title to download the LabAutomation Pfizer poster in PowerPoint format titled “On Deck Incubation and 384-Well Format Simplify and Increase Throughput for Human Liver Microsomal Screening in an HT-ADME Screening Laboratory”

MéCour Heating/Cooling System Presented at SBS 2006

  
  
  

SEATTLE, WA, USA; September 17-20, 2006 - MéCour Temperature Control, LLC, an emerging provider of temperature control solutions for life science applications, developed a cooling/heating block system used for an automated bead-based assay conducted by Millipore.  A poster containing photos and information on the system along with results achieved were presented at the SBS (Society for Biomolecular Sciences) conference and exhibition in Seattle, WA.

Click on title to download PDF format of Millipore poster “Increasing Throughput of Bead-Based Assays Through Automation”

MéCour system presented with BD Biosciences

  
  
  

SEATTLE, WA, USA; September 17-20, 2006 - MéCour Temperature Control, LLC, an emerging provider of temperature control solutions for life science applications, developed a thermal block/circulator system used for a liver microsomal metabolic stability assay conducted by BD Biosciences.    A poster containing a photo and information on the system and results of the assay were presented at the SBS (Society for Biomolecular Sciences) conference and exhibition in Seattle, WA.

Click on title to download PDF format of BD Biosciences poster “Validation of Phase I and Phase II Metabolic Stability Assay in Subcellular Fractions”

MéCour Custom Designs for the Scripps Research Institute

  
  
  

GROVELAND, MA, USA; August 8, 2006 - MéCour contructed a custom thermal chamber held at 1.25°C as part a a three-valve unit for the Scripps Research Institute. The unit will control the mobile-phase flow paths such that on-line protein digestion, peptide desalting, and reversed-phase HPLC separation are performed prior to infusion into the ESI ion source of the mass spectrometer.

Download the PDF format of the Scripps Institute whitepaper by clicking on the title: “Probing Protein Ligand Interactions by Automated Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry”

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