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sciFLEXARRAYER - ultra-low volume dispensing systems for R and D and manufacturing
Scienion AG

sciFLEXARRAYER drop-on-demand, inkjet-printing instruments are made for automated ultra-low-volume liquid-handling of biological samples such as DNA, proteins, antibodies and even whole cells. Organic solvents based samples, nano-particles and many other liquids can be handled too. Typical applications are the manufacturing of biosensors, loading of MALDI targets and printing of microarrays, e.g. directly at the bottom of microtiter-plate wells. These microarrays are made of e.g. DNA, proteins, antibodies and glycans, as well as from antigens of different sources for allergy-testing. In order to meet the brought variety of needs of our customers from early research to high-throughput manufacturing, Scienion offers tailor-made systems of different sizes and throughput, ranging from the basic S1 over S3, S5, S11 and SX to the ultimate tool for high-performance manufacturing, the S100.

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