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    • HCS Station
    • Olympus
    • The scan^R 2.4 high-content screening station is based upon the IX3 inverted microscope frame. The updated screening station can now be incorporated with the fully automated IX83, combining a modular frame design with scan speed. This new system ca
    • Calcium Assay Kits
    • Molecular Devices
    • FLIPR® Calcium 6 assay kits address a range of GPCR and ion channel targets. Combining a fluorophore with quench technology, the dye offers a high quantum yield, delivering a good signal window, which enables researchers to monitor low-respond
    • Automated Benchtop Cell Sorter
    • Bio-Rad
    • The S3 is a cell-sorting system for core facilities and individual research labs. It is designed to ease bottlenecks by serving as a supplementary instrument for basic cell-sorting work. Equipped with one or two lasers (488 nm and either 561 or 640
    • Hypoxia/Oxidative Stress Assay Kit
    • Enzo Life Sciences
    • The Cyto-ID® hypoxia/oxidative stress detection kit, together with the Mito-ID® O 2 and pH sensor assays, may be used to profile hypoxia, reactive oxygen species, and mitochondrial dysfunction related to oxidative stress. With Cyto-ID, tw
    • Calcium Indicator Kit
    • Molecular Devices
    • The Fura-2 QBT Calcium kit combines the calcium indicator Fura-2 with masking technology to provide a ratiometric fluorescence-based assay for detecting and quantitating changes in intracellular calcium. The kit is designed to reduce background flu
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