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May 15, 2012 (Vol. 32 , No. 10)

Cell Monitoring

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Roche

Researchers can monitor indirect cell-cell interaction in real time by combining E-Plate Inserts with the xCELLigence System. Users can co-culture different cell types under physiological conditions for a range of applications including cancer research, immunology, stem cell research, and toxicology. Two different cell populations are separated by a 0.4 µm pore size membrane, allowing control of both physical contact and the duration of interactions.

  • Roche
  • 9115 Hague Rd
  • Indianapolis IN, 46250
  • UNITED STATES

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