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FUJIFILM Irvine Scientific opens new Armstrong R&D Cell Culture Center of Excellence in California

FUJIFILM Irvine Scientific, a world leader in the development and manufacture of serum-free and chemically defined cell culture media for bioproduction and cell therapy manufacturing, has more than doubled their R&D facility’s footprint with the recent completion of its Armstrong Cell Culture Center of Excellence. The new state-of-the-art centre enables the company to expand its capabilities […]

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BioMed X Institute and Boehringer Ingelheim start new research project in brain sensor development

German independent research institute BioMed X has started a new research project ‘Advanced Biomarker Detection for Pharma-cological Monitoring in the Brain’ (BDB) in collaboration with Boehringer Ingelheim. The objective of the research group ‘BDB’ is to develop a continuous monitoring biosensor for direct detection of small molecule biomarkers in rodent brain tissue to support the […]

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CytoSMART introduces Lux3 BR brightfield live-cell imaging microscope with 6.4 MP CMOS camera

CytoSMART Technologies has launched their new brightfield live-cell imaging system – the CytoSMART Lux3 BR. The small brightfield microscope is equipped with a high-quality 6.4 MP CMOS camera. Like other CytoSMART microscopes, this new live-cell imager is designed to work inside a standard cell culture incubator without disturbing temperature, airflow, and optimum culture conditions for […]

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Biotech Team Develops ELISA Protocol for COVID-19 IgG Antibody Detection

ZTA Biotech, a Budapest-based biotech startup has announced the breakthrough development of a COVID-19 antibody (IgG) test using the ELISA protocol. This new detection method represents a great step forward in determining if patients have had COVID-19 and if they might still have immunity to the disease. Early results have proven 100% in specificity after […]

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(OLD) DxFLEX – Gain independent compensation

Two types of photon detectors are used to amplify and then convert lightinto electronic signals in flow cytometry. The traditional detector is the photomultiplier tube (PMT). Avalanche Photodiodes (APD) are another type of photon detector and are used in the DxFLEX flow cytometer.