The Biostat® I is a modular, research-oriented bioprocess system capable of single or twin Univessel® operation. Univessels for cell culture are available in 1L, 2L, 5L, and 10L capacities.
Accurately counting mammalian cells in under a minute, the NucleoCounter uses patented fluorescence technology and disposable cartridges pre-filled with a nuclei-staining dye to sample and analyze cell counts.
ATCC cell line collection includes human, mouse, and other animal lines; normal cells; and cancer cell lines from both primary and metastatic sites.
by Anna Berdine Introduction The first draft of the Human Genome was a monumental event in the history of science and its completion launched a whole new era in genetic research.
by Jack Silver Introduction Although micropipettes have been used in labs for many years, there always seem to be new users. These lab workers range from new employees to temporary workers who may not have worked with pipettes in the past.
by Kevin McKernan and Paul McEwan Introduction While the human genome project has revealed a tremendous amount of valuable information, it has also created a significant challenge for pharmaceutical companies: that is to find ways to use this information to create better drugs.
by Matt Dunleavy Filter properties and applications Sterile filtration devices, such as vacuum cups and syringe filters, are used throughout the life science research laboratory for a variety of routine yet critical applications.
Updated Synergy HT Multi-Detection Plate Reader is now capable of measuring time resolved fluorescence, in addition to absorbance, fluorescence and luminescence.
Model 680 microplate reader updates Bio-Rad Laboratories Model 550 reader with fast reading speeds, on-board software capabilities, on-board validation protocol, and optional on-board printer and temperature control. Wavelength range is 400-750 nm.
DynaPro Light scattering plate reader, offered for high throughput biomolecule characterization efforts, performs light scattering analysis on hundreds of samples per day.
RUBYStar Homogenous Time-Resolved Fluorescence (HTRF) Microplate Reader is dedicated to HTS applications. The RUBYstar features a pulsed laser for high-energy excitation at 337 nm and simultaneous detection at 620 nm and 665 nm.
The NanoScan Fluorescence Lifetime Microplate Reader combines the use of a dye laser with broad excitation range from UV to NIR, special detection optics, and nanosecond level time-resolution.
The SPECTRAmax 340PC384 offers everything needed to measure absorbance in the visible range, including temperature control, robotics-compatible interface and SOFTmax® PRO data analysis software. Each well has its own sample beam and reference detector.
GloRunner microplate luminometer uses a proprietary eight-channel solid-state detector array that is ideal for chemiluminescent immunoassays. This detection array makes the system fast and linear across eight decades.