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Automated Oocyte Screening

August 28, 2003 5:47 am | Articles | Comments

Roboocyte was developed to provide the pharmaceutical industry and academic researchers an automated system to record ion currents in oocytes of Xenopus laevis with the two-electrode-voltage-clamp technique (TEVC) in a 96-well dish.

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Cylindrical Robot For High Throughput Screening

August 28, 2003 5:47 am | Articles | Comments

The R19 Athena 4-axis cylindrical robot is offered for DNA screening in forensic science, drug development, bacterial resistance testing and toxicology. The robot is usually mounted on a track that can be up to five meters long and surrounded by various instruments.

Robotics Workstation

August 28, 2003 5:47 am | Articles | Comments

Tecan's Freedom EVO liquid handling robotic workstation is available in three instrument dimensions (100, 150 and 200cm) that support the implementation of a wide variety of application options and sample throughput speeds.

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Robotic Centrifuge (1753)

August 28, 2003 5:47 am | Articles | Comments

The robotic version of Hettich's model Rotanta 46RSC is a refrigerated centrifuge with PC control and rotor positioning with maximum capacity of four 750ml round bottom containers, sixteen microplates or four deep well plates.

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Robotic Liquid Handling System

August 28, 2003 5:47 am | Articles | Comments

THEONYX liquid handling system integrates fluidics, pumps, motors and electronics within its robotic arm. This provides better control of fluidics, a more open deck, ease of upgrades and service, and low maintenance costs.

Automated, Individual Vial Retrieval (1737)

August 28, 2003 5:47 am | Articles | Comments

The Individual Vial Retrieval (IVR)™ sample storage system provides fully automated access to individual vials stored at temperatures down to 㫨 C. The IVR's high-speed conveyor system shuttles samples to one or more Vial Handlers (VH). The Vial Handlers re-rack, scan, weigh and sort vials.

Label Printer/Applicator

August 28, 2003 5:47 am | Articles | Comments

LAP4100 printer/applicator for robotics-friendly interface offers precise label placement. Long and narrow bar code labels are placed on microwell plates, for example. Resolutions of up to 600 dots per inch is available, providing bar code and graphic image quality, even on small labels.

Laboratory Automation Solution (1741)

August 28, 2003 5:47 am | Articles | Comments

OLA2500™ modular lab automation system offers aliquoting and pre- and post-analytical sample processing capabilities. As a front-end sample processor, the system automatically decaps, aliquots and sorts tubes to any analyzer sample rack.

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Flexible Automation

August 28, 2003 5:47 am | Articles | Comments

Beckman Coulter automated solutions for primary and secondary screening, proteomics and genomics include the Biomek® 2000 and Biomek FX liquid handlers, which can operate as stand-alone systems or can be integrated into SAGIAN™ Core Systems with a choice of other assay devices.

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Tissue Arrayer

August 28, 2003 5:44 am | Articles | Comments

Advanced Tissue Arrayer (ATA-100) makes tissue microarrays from formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded normal and tumor tissues, cell lines, xenographs and transgenic animals. A stereo microscope and movable stage provide dual viewing of the reference slide (H&E or IHC stained) and donor tissue block.

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Analysis of Nuclear-Cytoplasmic Translocation Using High Throughput Microscopy

August 8, 2003 7:52 am | Articles | Comments

Real-time investigation of cellular and sub-cellular processes. by Paul Hoeprich, Ph.D. Figure 1: Example 203 0.5 N.A. fluorescent micrographs of HeLa cells using the EIDAQ 100 High Throughput Microscopy (HTM) system.

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Apoptosis Analysis

August 4, 2003 12:32 pm | Articles | Comments

Cell Death Detection ELISA PLUS , a quantitative ELISA for the in vitro determination of cytoplasmic, histone-associated DNA fragments following induced cell death, is a rapid, one-step test.

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Reagents, Kits

August 4, 2003 12:32 pm | Articles | Comments

Kits and reagents for optimizing apoptosis detection in particular research models include proteins and antibodies to assess expression of Bcl-2 family members, survivin and IAPs and to evaluate activity of caspases, PARP and cytochrome c.

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H2A.X Kits

August 4, 2003 12:32 pm | Articles | Comments

Upstate offers a rapid and sensitive microplate-based assay for the detection of H2A.X phosphorylation. Histone H2A.

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Apoptosis Detection, Analysis Catalog

August 4, 2003 12:32 pm | Articles | Comments

MBL International has released the 2003 Apoptosis Detection and Analysis Catalog. This resource contains nearly 3 times as many products as the 2002 version, as well as updated tables, graphics, and protocols.

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