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Dissection equipment
Disposable polycarbonate homogeniser probes
Dissection equipment : 11 September, 2009
Easy to dismantle probes are designed to enable effective sampling but economical enough to be disposed of after a single use to prevent cross-contamination
Laser capture microdissection offers improved diagnostic tools for colon cancer
Dissection equipment : 09 February, 2009
MDS Analytical Technologies’ Arcturus Laser Capture Microdissection (LCM) instruments were used by researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) in their discovery of genetic variations that may prove to be key predictors of risk for colon cancer and indicators of the disease's progression.
New slide collector reduces contamination risks
Dissection equipment : 18 August, 2008
The new Carl Zeiss SlideCollector 48 for the PALM Microbeam and PALM CombiSystem has been developed to overcome one of the major problems inherent in the expression analysis of single cells which is the large amount of sample handling involved and the subsequent high risk of contamination as cells isolated and harvested using laser microdissection are manually transferred to an assay plate for expression analysis.
New microdissection systems helps to optimise PCR results
Dissection equipment : 07 December, 2007
Carl Zeiss has expanded the company’s Palm product range with Microdissection systems based on the successful Palm MicroBeam design.
New microtitre plate enables high throughputs
Dissection equipment : 07 May, 2007
PALM Microlaser Technologies, a subsidiary of Carl Zeiss MicroImaging, has unveiled the PALM CapturePlate 96 - a microtitre plate to laser microdissection unit as a standard high throughput laboratory system.
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