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A lesson for cell-signaling studies using advanced detection techniques

02 Jul 2013 - 02 Jul 2013 - Webinar



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Tecan is introducing its 2013 webinar series to help researchers stay informed of the latest techniques to help advance their work. Cutting edge biological applications including cell models for prolonged pharmacokinetic studies and 3D cell systems to mimic in vivo situations, as well as increasing the performance of your cell-signaling biochemical assays will be presented. 

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