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Selected issue: 3/2009

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Tecan and pION offer new automated drug screening solution

Following on from the successful launch of manual assay systems for permeability and solubility, Tecan and 􀁐ION INC have co-developed an automated solution for drug permeability and solubility screening. This new solution is both scalable and upgradable according to the user’s changing requirements, from the entry level manual technique to a fully automated system for high throughput applications.

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Magellan™ offers new features for ELISA

Tecan has set a new standard for ELISA assays with its Magellan v6.6 data analysis software.

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Throwing new light on kidney function

The Experimental Nephrology laboratory at University Hospital Munster is using an Infinite® M200 microplate reader to help investigate kidney function.

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Reliable and time-saving diagnostic ELISA tests

Automation of nine ELISA based serological tests for autoimmune and infectious diseases on the Freedom EVOlyzer® platform has saved Unilabs AB, Skovde, Sweden, a lot of labor, releasing valuable time for other activities.

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Our reliable service partner

Nycomed ensures reliable operation of all Tecan instruments used in its pharmaceutical research and development with Te-Care™ Complete service contracts.

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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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Automated forensic testing tackles casework backlog

The Nebraska State Patrol Crime Laboratory has chosen the HID EVOlution™ System to automate its forensic DNA testing and, after a smooth installation and validation, is eagerly anticipating it will help to reduce the existing nine month casework backlog.

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Consistency and reproducibility in stem cell culture

Researchers in the Department of Biochemical Engineering, University College London (UCL), UK, have automated stem cell culture on a custom-built Freedom EVOR 100 platform.

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Automation standardizes single-cell assays

Chemical engineers in Cambridge, MA, USA, are using HS 400™ Pro Hybridization Stations to study heterogeneity in populations of cells, characterizing single cells to help understand interindividual variability in immune response and responsiveness to clinical treatments.

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New global supply operation guarantees quick delivery of parts

Tecan’s restructured global demand planning operations has been running since July 2009, supplying stock through two central warehouses in Bad Sackingen, Germany and Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, as well as two local warehouses in China and Japan, to ensure faster delivery of Tecan spare parts and consumables products.

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Hands-on training for microRNA profi ling

New purity level certification ensures reliable results with LiHa disposable tips.

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Quality tips you can count on

New purity level certification ensures reliable results with LiHa disposable tips.

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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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Tecan automation streamlines veterinary diagnostics processes

In order to increase reliability, efficacy and throughput of its diagnostic services, the Landeslabor Berlin-Brandenburg (LLBB) in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, has chosen Tecan’s liquid handling workstations to automate the process flow of serological sample analysis.

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