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Cronus Technologies Launches the Handyem HPC-100 Portable Flow Cytometer

Published: Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, August 13, 2013
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Company launches HPC-100 at Flow Cytometry UK 2013.

The innovative HPC‐100 Portable Flow Cytometer makes flow cytometry accessible to every researcher. It frees up precious measurement time on expensive instruments by offering a reliable alternative for less complex applications.

With its fast learning curve, user‐friendly operation, excellent results and versatility, the HPC‐100 is a compelling “self‐service platform” instrument.

This personal Cytometer is the number‐one alternative to replace aging flow Cytometers in core labs.

Moreover, ease‐of‐use of its acquisition software while providing complete FCS files compatibility with third‐party analysis software makes it a great all‐around “workhorse” lab instrument.

The HPC‐100 offers a whole new level of autonomy by providing uninterrupted instrument access to perform daily experiments, at users convenience in their own lab, without having to schedule instrument time in a busy core lab.

Applications include Cell Cycle & DNA Analysis, Apoptosis, GFP Transfection and Cell Counting.

Dr. David Coulson, Business Manager for Cronus Technologies confirms "Whether you are an individual Lab or a Core Facility, the new HPC‐100 Portable Flow Cytometer offers substantial efficiencies, increased autonomy and outstanding performance”.


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