With a unique microfluidic sorting mechanism and sterile, disposable fluidic path, cells can be obtained in a gentle and sterile manner. For more information about cost effective, viable, and sterile cell sorting, download this whitepaper from NanoCellect.
Eppendorf starts off the year by introducing not one, but two new centrifuges: the smaller benchtop centrifuges with up to 24 spaces herald a new era, while Eppendorf is simultaneously expanding the product range of its large refrigerated benchtop centrifuges with a particularly versatile, high-capacity variant.
These days, digital capture and management of sample information and experimental data are increasingly gaining in significance. The Eppendorf booth, too, will be entirely networked. At this North American premiere, the Eppendorf VisioNizesystem will be introduced to the public.
The TEER 24 System electrically monitors the barrier function of cells grown in culture upon permeable membrane substrates.
In this eBook from NanoTemper, learn about what binding affinity is and why it should be investigated, the tools and technologies available for studying binding affinity, and how to evaluate your research needs, find the best solution, and make an informed decision!
Real-time measurement of the initial stage of an enzyme–substrate reaction is essential for reproducible enzyme kinetics data. Automated direct-flow injection systems couple with various detection and analytics platforms to offer the speed, precision, and flexibility required to carry out the reaction.