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    • Particle Analyzers
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    • DelsaMax particle analyzers measure the size and zeta potential of nanoparticles. Instruments in the family use two independent detection systems that operate in parallel. DelsaMax PRO light-scattering and zeta potential analyzer provides measureme
    • Microarray Scanner
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    • The SureScan Dx microarray scanner is indicated for use in a clinical laboratory environment when measuring fluorescence signals of labeled DNA or RNA targets hybridized to microarrays used as part of a validated diagnostic assay. The system has be
    • Microcentrifuges
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    • Microfuge 20 microcentrifuges, paired with Microfuge series rotors, process samples at speeds up to 15,000 rpm (20,627 × g). The same speeds are possible with the Microfuge 20R, a refrigerated version of the Microfuge 20 that has a temperature
    • Flow Cytometry Reagent Kits
    • Beckman Coulter
    • PerFix-Expose and PerFix-nc, reagent kits designed to reveal the cytoplasmic and nuclear compartments of the cell, were developed for use on Gallios and Navios series flow cytometers. With the PerFix-Expose (phospho-epitope exposure) kit, samples c
    • Flow Cytometry Cell Sorter
    • Beckman Coulter
    • A cell sorting enhancement has been introduced to the MoFlo® Atrios™ platform. The enhanced instrument, the MoFlo Atrios EQ, incorporates forward scatter optical assembly technology, which is designed to give cytometrists the ability to simult
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