Genscript.pt Review:

GenScript - Your Innovation Partner in Drug Discovery! - As a leading biology CRO focusing exclusively on early drug discovery and development services, GenScript provides a comprehensive portfolio of services that include Bio-Reagent, Bio-Assay, Lead Optimization, and Antibody Drug Development.

Country: North America, US, United States

City: Brooklyn, New York

  • Luis Talamantes - Great guide!

    I'm new to Quickbooks and was terrified after trying to get familiar with it the first week. I didn't know what to do and figured getting this book wouldn't help. WELL, BEST DECISION I MADE!!!! If you have NEVER used quickbooks, get this book. Even though it's long, you can skip the junk and go straight to the sections you need help with. Also, it gives you step by step instructions on how to do things, or in my case, how to fix errors. Highly recommend it!

  • Bella - Amazing product... :)

    This pills are truly amazing.I tried this product on a whim. I was looking for a product to keep me pH-balanced, my friend told me about a cleansing wash and above was these pills I was skeptical at first and the price was kind of high... but I thought to myself let me just try them.Nevertheless in about 3 days I noticed a difference no funny smell anymore gone in no more discharge gone. Now the only time I discharge is rite before my period comes on...This product is worth every penny... I love the feeling of freshness it gives me... A must buy for pH-balance ladies.

  • Marie Antoinette - FIRST RATE TRAVEL GUIDE

    There are so many travel books out there on France, but I have to say that this one is one of the best that I have ever read. This travel guide is packed with so much information about every single region of this charming country along with tons of easy to read maps throughout and gorgeous photos.

    Out of the 788 pages of this book, 133 pages are devoted to Paris alone with multiple maps showing the different neighborhoods of the city. I was specifically interested on the section featuring the best chateaux and palaces since I would love to tour them but with so many it's hard to choose which ones are worth the trip, and this book helps you to decide. Another section that I also found interesting is "Side Trips from Paris" I thought that was really informative, it includes some well known places such as Versailles and Giverny, and not so well known but still worth a trip places such as Vaux-Le-Vicomte and Fontainebleau.

    As with many of the other Frommer's travel guides, there's a pull out map of France located in the back of the book. Highly recommended for a great trip to a lovely country!

  • wendy chapman - You will enjoy this one.

    Well written, excellently paced work. Good characters and clever plot line. I haven't reach the end of the story and hope it holds together as well as the rest of the plot has done so far. It is a hard book to put down because the author knows how to keep you engaged and on the edge of your seat wondering what will happen next. The style of alternating between the two main characters is well done.

  • J. Peterson - Drag's just not there

    I've had this reel for roughly 5 months and have put it through the stress of a couple 21" trout that I was able to land using the 5/6 reel on a 5-weight rod. The reel definitely sings under these conditions, and will require finesse even with the drag set to full, but to me that's what the sport is about. I don't want the disc-drag to hold my hand. I like playing the line myself with the assist of the clicking drag.

    It's good value, and has held up well with over 100 fishing days under it. No damage, no reduction in quality, still works the same as it was new. Can't ask more from a reel with a price less than $100.