Since then, Nanion h has successfully launched and established four different product families for ion channel drug discovery and research.
The Port-a-Patch - launched in 2003 - was Nanion's first product, and is known as the world's smallest patch clamp rig. It earned great acclaim by making patch clamp accessible to non-experts. The fully automated patch clamp robots, the Patchliner (2006) and SyncroPatch 96 (2010), have been well received within the pharmaceutical industry because of the high data quality, cost-efficiency and experimental flexibility offered. The platforms are also employed for top-notch academic research, resulting in publications in journals such as Nature, Nature Protocol, Science Signalling and PNAS.
Nanion has several product launches planned for 2012.