Supplier's Corner

Adhesives Research Develops

November 14, 2005

A non-invasive skin harvesting tape was developed by Adhesives Research, Glen Rock, PA, in collaboration with DermTech International, San Diego, CA. The tape can be used for skin safety testing, diagnostic analysis, therapeutic monitoring and delivery of biological molecules. Executives said the tape bonds with skin and painlessly removes enough for analysis in one to four applications. The tape’s blend of high-tack and high-peel adhesion and strong cohesion leave no visible marks. More info: (800) 445-6240; Website: www.adhesivesresearch.com.

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