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Worried about your cell-based assays? Remote monitoring with CNS offers complete peace of mind!

26 Mar 2014 - 26 Mar 2014 - Webinar



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A workflow for cell-based assays is presented for a hypoxia induced HIF factor analysis, real-time cytotoxicity assay, and for growth monitoring of microaerophilic organisms. A key to success and to avoid repeating long-term experiments is the capability to monitor your experiment remotely. Using Tecan´s  new CNS software, you can now check on a mobile device if your Infinite plate reader is performing a measurement, and you can even keep track of the O2 and CO2 concentrations within the reader.



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