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Automation aids nationwide surveillance system for virus outbreaks

The Korea Center for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) in Seoul, Korea, conducts research to identify the etiology of communicable diseases and to find effective control, prevention, diagnosis and treatment for them.

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Automating clinical cytogenetics

The Necker Hospital for Sick Children has automated its comparative genomic hybridization workflow on a Freedom EVO® workstation, increasing throughput more than 10-fold while significantly improving reproducibility and process security.

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Building a case of precision pipetting

The DNA Section of the Orange County Crime Laboratory has recently taken delivery of its first Air LiHa equipped Freedom EVO®workstation for DNA quantitation and amplification reaction set-up.

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High thoughput nanoliter pipetting with the MCA 384

Scientists working in the Screening Unit at the Institute for Molecular Pharmacology in Germany are finding the low volume pipetting capability of the MultiChannel Arm™ 384 beneficial for the investigation of siRNAs and small molecule compound screening.

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Speed and reliability for drug titrations

GlaxoSmithKline’s quest for improved anti-malarial treatments has been revolutionized by the speed and reliability of the HP D300 Digital Dispenser. This innovative system has increased throughput for standard drug titrations and enabled combinations of candidate compounds to be tested much more easily.

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More than skin deep

Symrise is using an HP D300 Digital Dispenser to improve throughput and reproducibility in its cell and molecular biology laboratories, offering more reproducible results for cosmetic active ingredient testing.

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ARUP Institute develops novel 104-well microplate

The ARUP Institute for Clinical and Experimental PathologyR (ARUP), based in Salt Lake City, USA, has chosen the Freedom EVOR liquid handling platform for automating RIA and ELISA assays, developing a novel 104-well microplate to increase sample throughput.

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Innovation in action

A successful partnership between Tecan and the Hochschule für Technik in Rapperswil, Switzerland, has resulted in the development of a new technology called Array Liquid Arrival Check (ArrayLAC) that shows great potential for built-in process control in Tecan pipetting platforms. ArrayLAC will be ideal for real time and parallel volume measurement in microplates before and after pipetting steps.

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In search of perfection

Researchers at The Australian Wine Research Institute are taking advantage of the flexible Freedom EVO® platform to help investigate a wide range of factors affecting the quality of wine.

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New tools for drug discovery

Cellular Dyncamics in Wisconsin, USA, is using its Celleritiy™ workstation for reliable culturing and differentiation of pluripotent steem cells, helping to provide the pharmaceutical industry with advanced tools for drug discovery and toxicology testing.

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Award winning efficiency

Pfizer's BioBank facility in Connecticut, USA, has revolutionized its DNA extraction workflow thanks to the open architecture of its Freedom EVO® workstations.

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18 years old and still going strong

The Justus-von-Liebig soil sampling laboratory in Bavaria has what is probably the oldest suite of Tecan instruments still in routine use - unless you can tell us otherwise! - and has been using it to test agricultural soil samples for almost twenty years

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Plug and play electrophysiology

Fluxion Biosciences is using Tecan's Freedom EVO® platforms to offer high throughput solutions for patch clamping studies, based on its advanced Well Plate Microfluidics™ system.

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New tools of the trade

MedImmune in Maryland, USA, is using its Freedom EVO® platforms as general-purpose tools for simple and routine tasks, rather than specific projects. This 'tools' concept has greatly increased use of the systems, saving much development time.

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Faster sample preparation for tropical disease research

The Clinical Pharmacology Department in the Mahidol-Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU), Bangkok, has achieved huge time saving with its Freedom EVO® platform from Tecan, reducing time taken for sample preparation from five hours manually to just 20 minutes.

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DNA-based biomolecular computing

Scientist at the Weizmann Institute in Israel are using a Freedom EVO® platform to control DNA-based biomolecular computing.

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Radioimmunoassay workflows are given a boost

Tecan’s Freedom EVO workstation forms the basis of an automated RIA system developed in Korea.

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Automation aids nationwide surveillance system for virus outbreaks

The Korea Center for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) in Seoul, Korea, conducts research to identify the etiology of communicable diseases and to find effective control, prevention, diagnosis and treatment for them.

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Innovation in biopharmaceutical downstream process development

Automation of Atoll’s 96-array MediaScout® RoboColumns on the Freedom EVO® workstation is proving a popular approach for development of biopharmaceutical manufacturing processes.

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On-demand protein expression

The High Throughput Expression Laboratory at the University of York is a service facility offering bespoke protein expression, and uses a Freedom EVOR 200 workstation to meet its demand for high throughput cloning, expression and screening.

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Signaling success

The brand new facility at Yale University, the Center for High Throughput Cell Biology uses Tecan products

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Automation accelerates crop improvement

Stepping up the pace for crop breeding projects

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How stressed are you?

Tecan liquid handling platform is used to automate analysis of cortisol an lgA in their investigation into the relationship between different types of stress and the immune response

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Accuracy to the nth degree

Researchers are relying on a Freedom EVO® 150 for the development of a new technology for single molecule detection

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Automated screening systems in plant biotechnology

Advanced Technologies Cambridge (ATC), a plant biotechnology company located on the Cambridge Science Park, UK, has chosen the Tecan Freedom EVO® 100 liquid handling workstation to perform complex pipetting tasks for setting up PCR screening assays.

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Unlimited throughput with Tecan and Illumina’s combined technologies creates a powerful new toolset for understanding the genetics of complex disease

Illumina, a San Diego (CA)-based company, has integrated Tecan liquid handling workstations into its revolutionary, endto- end solutions for large-scale genotyping applications. The collaboration has been crucial for the development of a number of products, including Illumina’s production-scale BeadLab systems, which were deployed by major investigators world wide as part of the International HapMap Project and, more recently, Illumina’s bench-top BeadStation.

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