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CyTRAK™ Probes: Novel Nuclear and Cytoplasm Discriminators Compatible with GFP-Based HCS and HTS Assays
Image-based high-content screening assays, demand solutions for image segmentation and cellular compartment encoding to track critical events – for example those presented by GFPreporters within cell cycle tracking and GPCR translocation assays. We have designed nuclear and cytoplasm discriminator CyTRAK™ probes - spectrally compatible with all variants of GFPreporters offering new solutions in cytometry.

Date Posted: 25/04/2007 06:23:33
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