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Beckman Coulter immunoassay system targets mid-volume requirements

Beckman Coulter Clinical Diagnostics : 08 May, 2007  (New Product)
Beckman Coulter has launched the UniCel DxI 600 Access Immunoassay System which is the latest analyser in the company's growing family of UniCel systems.
The innovative instrument is designed for mid-volume laboratories, a segment which represents more than 45 percent of the immunodiagnostic testing market, worldwide.

'The UniCel DxI 600 rounds out our portfolio of immunoassay analysers, which includes the Access 2 for low volume laboratories and the UniCel DxI 800, our premium system targeted to high volume labs', said Richard Creager, corporate vice president, Immunoassay Business Centre.

Beckman Coulter offers one of the most complete ranges of immunoassay solutions in the industry, all using the same reagent format and inventory, and all delivering the same high quality and highly comparable test results.

The UniCel family of systems also includes integrated workstations, such as the DxC 600i Synchron Access clinical system, which combines chemistry and immunoassay testing into one work cell with a single point of sample entry.

'The DxI 600 gives Beckman Coulter another immunoassay analyser that will be combined with UniCel DxC chemistry systems, creating a broad range of work cells that will meet a variety of customer throughput requirements,' added Creager.

'Work cells comprise one of the fastest-growing segments of the in vitro diagnostics market.'
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