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PamStation12

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The PamStation®12 is a fully automated instrument designed for processing PamChip®4 microarrays.

It is ideal for biomarker discovery as well as assay development. The instrument has also been developed to meet Diagnostic market regulations.

•    Fully integrated incubation, washing and image acquisition
•    Suitable for nucleic acid and protein analysis
•    Can alter temperature on-line (20oC - 80oC) and watch experiment progress in real-time; ideal for generating melting curves
•    Real-time detection offers unique capability of generating kinetic data on enzyme/substrate interactions
•    Bio Navigator Software allows detailed analysis of PamChip measurements

Product PamStation12
Company Cronus Technologies
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Cronus Technologies
4 Camberley Business Centre, Bracebridge, Camberley, Surrey, GU15 3DP

Tel: +44 (0)1276 691846
Fax: +44 (0) 1276 423493
Email: info@cronustechnologies.co.uk



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