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    • Olympus
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    • A new module for the Microlab® STAR workstation is available that automates enzyme-linked immunoabsorbant assays (ELISAs). The Microlab ELISA STARlet workstation integrates liquid-handling instrumentation with multiple devices and software. Th
    • Drug Screening Software
    • AB Sciex
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    • Electrophysiology Platform
    • Molecular Devices
    • The IonWorks Barracuda® Plus system is an automated patch-clamp system that is designed to produce wide assay windows and stable ionic currents, enabling protocols to probe the use-dependent nature of ion channel drug candidates. Use-dependent
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