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Selected issue: 2/2010

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An astonishing screening cpacitiy for kinetic studies

The Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology (WTCCB), University of Edinburgh, UK, relies on Tecan's versatile range of microplate readers for kinetic studies to increase understanding of living systems at the molecular level.

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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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Sharing a successful formula

Tecan's Freedom EVO® platform is proving a valuable resource in the shared laboratory facilities of Vet Food Agro Diagnostics and Asia-Pacific Special Nutrients in Malaysia.

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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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Infinite® 200 PRO offers new horizons in microplate detection

Building on the success of the Infinite 200 series, Tecan has developed the Infinite 200 PRO multimode microplate reader, whith new enhancements that cater for the needs of today's

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TouchTools Suite™ generates a buzz with conference attendees

TouchTools Suite has proven to be a star attraction among visitors at the numerous conferences and exhibitions Tecan has attended since its launch last year.

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Construct your own robot - custom design for the Freedom EVO® 75

Now you too can build your own robot. Tecan has just introduced the Freedom EVO configurator, a web-based application which enables the user to custom design a Freedom EVO 75 platform to meet a laboratory's specific requirements.

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Blood bank delegation from China

Tecan has only been present in China since 2004,but significant Government investment has led to rapid expansion in the country’s life science sector, and Tecan has enjoyed strong growth in this market through close co-operation with local distributors.

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Touch Tools Suite™ 2.0

Since its launch last year, Tecan's userfriendly Touch Tools Suite has made automated liquid handling more accessible to many scientists, by allowing direct realtime control of automated robotic pipetting systems through a touchscreen interface.

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Pre-analytics made even easier

Gruppo MultiMedica has been using Tecan's FE500 preanalytical workstation to provide automated sample sorting and processing since October 2003, and has now upgraded to the FE500pro™ for even greater flexibility.

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Checking out what's checking in

Scientists at the Animal, Plant and Foodstuffs Inspection Center in Tianjin, China, are using a Freedom EVOlyzer® workstation to help monitor livestock entering the municipality for the presence of infectious diseases.

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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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Show us how much you love your Tecan and win a party for your team!

Tecan is proud to have been a true pioneer in the liquid handling market for three decades, and we really hope you value your Tecan as much as we live making them for you.

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Automated equilibrium dialysis for plasma protein binding analysis

Johnson + Johnson has used a Freedom EVO® workstation to develop a semi-automated high throughput equilibrium dialysis assay for plasma protein binding.

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