ESL (Encoded Synthetic Library) synthesiser, made

Made:
1996 in California

ESL (Encoded Synthetic Library) synthesiser, made by Affymax, California, USA, a subsidiary of the former Glaxo Wellcome, in 1996. This combinational chemical synthesiser is capable of making 1,296 compounds in a day. It consists of left- and right-hand combinational assemblies, central unit, refrigerator unit, power supply, computer and monitor, plastic bottles and tray.

Details

Category:
Experimental Chemistry
Object Number:
2004-228
type:
chemical synthesiser
credit:
GlaxoSmithKline
status:
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