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TOKU-E Company is a proud sponsor of the ResearchAnt Foundation and supports its goal to characterize and make unique, high purity reference materials. To learn more about the ResearchAnt Foundation, click on the image above.   


 

ULTRAPURE ANTIMICROBIALS AND CHEMICALS FOR LIFE SCIENTISTS

TOKU-E manufactures ultrapure antimicrobials and fine chemicals for use in life science research – not drugs for human or animal use. The range of antimicrobials produced are designed for gene selection, cell culture, microbiology, antimycoplasma, diagnostic and other applications. Fine chemicals include products such as acrylamide, SDS, guanidine salts, and EvoPure® grade antimicrobials. As an ISO 9001:2008 certified company,   TOKU-E adheres to the highest standards.

TOKU-E frequently custom synthesizes both chemical and antimicrobial products according to customer specifications. Whether that means meeting difficult specifications for common products, producing products that have disappeared from the market, or generating new products to meet today’s needs, TOKU-E is always eager to help you get the products that you need, when you need them, and at a fair price.

TOKU-E has provided a level of customer service above and beyond any other company I've experienced.  Working closely with their sales team, I was able to optimize antibiotic selection of my recombinant yeast strains that greatly reduced the time and cost involved with strain development.  They also helped me develop several new selectable markers to enhance our strain development platform.

Danielle Mitchell, Research Associate,
Alder Biopharmaceuticals

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RESOURCES by TOKU-E

  • SEARCH susceptibility and potency data for thousands of microorganisms and antimicrobial agents with TOKU-E's Antimicrobial Index.

    Antimicrobial Index
  • NEED HELP? Choose the most effective media and antibiotics for your cells and determine ideal concentrations using the cell culture database.

    Cell Culture Database
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