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A perfect fit for the Freedom EVO® 75 in forensic toxicology

Published: Friday, March 14, 2008
Last Updated: Friday, March 14, 2008
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Immunalysis Corporation tailors the Tecan Freedom EVO 75 liquid handing workstation as the platform of choice to provide customized semi and fully automated drugs of abuse screening solutions.

Immunalysis Corporation tailors the Tecan Freedom EVO 75 liquid handing workstation as the platform of choice to provide customized semi and fully automated drugs of abuse screening solutions, including entire panels of test kits in ELISA format, to forensic toxicology laboratories.

Michael Vincent, Vice President of Operations at Immunalysis, explained: “The Freedom EVO 75 workstation is a robust instrument with excellent sample and error tracking properties that give our customers the accuracy and safety assurances that are vital for their work, because their results can have a direct bearing on the verdict in a court of law. Our screening solutions typically process 24 to 96 samples and controls in each run, using panels of six to fifteen assays; when so many samples are going through multiple assays, the integrity of the testing is critical and the Freedom EVO 75 maintains this admirably.”

Michael concluded: “A significant advantage of Tecan’s Freedom EVO family of instruments is that, once configured, the same software and characteristics can be extrapolated to larger platforms in the same series so systems can easily be upgraded if throughput requirements grow, with minimal re-training of operators.”

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