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Addgene, Inc.


Addgene is a 501(c)3 nonprofit biorepository dedicated to facilitating scientific discoveries by operating a plasmid library for researchers. Plasmids are DNA-based research reagents commonly used in the life

sciences. The repository contains over 52,000 plasmids contributed by 3,100 research labs around the world. Over a half million plasmids have been distributed to more than 85 countries by Addgene – with 11,000 plasmids currently shipping each month. By authenticating, storing, archiving, and distributing plasmids and their associated data, Addgene is creating a lasting resource for research and discovery scientists around the world. 


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SecondwindCPAP specializes in quality discounted ‘open box’ new, and gently used CPAP & BIPAP equipment for those individuals who could not otherwise afford it. Roughly half the people in this country who are prescribed CPAP or BIPAP machines will end up being non-complaint; In other words, half the machines dispensed for therapy in the Unites States will end up in a closet, or under a bed, collecting dust. Our business was founded on the mission to acquire these machines, clean them, test them, and provide them with warranty and qualified customer support to those individuals that are forced to pay out of pocket.


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Mt. Baker Bio


Mt. Baker Bio is a small woman-owned R&D and life sciences supply company committed to offering the highest quality research products to the scientific community. Our core focus is “Green” Lab Innovation, Molecular Biology and Ergonomics.
Mt. Baker Bio’s goal is to help reduce environmental impact of biomedical technology, increase accessibility to commonly used consumables, minimize waste and spearhead change in laboratory ergonomics. Mt. Baker Bio has made it a personal challenge to operate with as little environmental impact as possible. We know that local management and access of scientific goods reduces the energy and resources required to supply laboratories. In addition, we have made several conservation modifications to our facility, and employ a recycle and re-use policy of vendor supplied packing materials, reducing waste and material costs.


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