• 8 July 2009
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Advanced Microdevices increases production

Advanced Microdevices increases production
Established in 1976, Advanced Microdevices researches, develops and  produces  microporous membranes and separation products for biotechnology.

Starting with a single product, the Nitrocellulose membrane filters, today MDI develops and produces a variety of membranes and membrane-based products for microfiltration, medical diagnostic tests, and biotechnology. These products are widely used in life sciences research labs, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, beverage,and electronics industries.
With 15 post graduates and 20 graduates, a current constructed area of 8,000 sq.m, MDI is well-equipped for large productions. MDI produces thousands of square feet of roll stock membrane and hundreds of thousands of membrane-based filtration devices per day and has a capacity to produce more. The products are exported to all advanced nations of the world. The current facility includes an R&D block with a fully equipped customer lab to provide customers with hands-on experience in the use of mdi technologies. A new large area class 100/10,000 clean room facility has also been added.
The company has kits for nucleic acid isolation purification and clean up including plasmid DNA isloation kits, gDNA isolation kits, total RNA isolation kits, PCR purification kits, gel extraction kits and microgel extraction kits.  

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