By Rhea Healy2016-10-28T13:57:00+01:00
Peak Scientific has installed one of its Peak Precision Hydrogen gas generators at a hi-tech glycomics research facility at the University of Adelaide, Australia.
Adelaide Glycomics, based at the university’s campus, is the first comprehensive site that focuses on the analysis of complex carbohydrates, dubbed ‘glycans,’ in the Southern Hemisphere.
Peak delivered a Precision Hydrogen gas generator, which produces high-purity hydrogen (H2) by utilising a proton exchange membrane (PEM) to create the gas from deionised water, to the facility.
The machine will assist Adelaide Glycomics make advances in its research of glycoscience, which is the study of the structure and function of carbohydrates or biological sugars.
Peak’s Business Development Manager Nicole Pendini added, “Peak are very proud to be part of this new dynamic lab and have our equipment assisting the analysis.”
Peak Protected, the service brand of laboratory gas generation specialists Peak Scientific, has introduced two new product offerings aimed at the maintenance of lab equipment in hospitals, universities and large scale research facilities.
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