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Multiomics – Products

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CosMx(tm) Spatial Molecular Imager

CosMx SMI is the first high-plex in situ single cell analysis platform for spatial multiomics with single and subcellular resolution that is compatible with formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) and fresh frozen (FF) tissue samples
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AtoMx Spatial Informatics Platform

Understanding spatial multiomics data is vital to advancing research. AtoMx(tm) Spatial Informatics Platform is the only complete, cloud-based informatics platform for data analysis, storage, and global collaboration that enables powerful spatial biology insights anytime and anywhere.
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Highly Characterized, High Purity Exosome Standards

AMSBIO offer an extensive range of highly characterized, high purity exosomes for use as control standards in applications including marker assessment, immunocapture performance evaluation, exosome quantification, OMICS analysis, flow cytometry and electron microscopy.
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An Integrated Multiomic Approach as an Excellent Tool for the Diagnosis of Metabolic Diseases

Download this article to learn about a next-generation sequencing technology that integrates genetic and biochemical testing as well as can efficiently diagnose more than 180 metabolic diseases.
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Ubiquigent Appoints Professor Helen Walden and Professor John Davis to Scientific Advisory Board

Ubiquigent Limited has announced the expansion of its Scientific Advisory Board with the appointments of Professor Helen Walden and Professor John Davis.
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New AI-Driven Automation Platform Enables Optimization of Laboratory Protocols

A new laboratory automation platform has been demonstrated to facilitate the running of complex scientific experiments in laboratories operating under COVID-19 constraints such as social distancing and stay-at-home orders.
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SPT Labtech Announces Acquisition by EQT Private Equity From Battery Ventures

SPT Labtech announces its acquisition by EQT IX Fund from current owners Battery Ventures.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Collaborates With TransMIT GmbH on a High-Performance Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry Imaging Platform

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. and TransMIT GmbH Center for Mass Spectrometric Developments have announced a co-marketing agreement to promote the use of a mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) platform for spatial multi-omics applications in pharma and clinical labs.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Showcases Solutions for Accelerating Next Generation Vaccine and Therapy Research

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. is showcasing new instruments, workflows, software and industry collaborations that enable customers to generate new analytical insights and accelerate next generation vaccine and therapy development.
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PacBio and Children’s Mercy Kansas City Expand Collaboration Taking a Multi-Omics Approach to Characterize Rare Disease

PacBio today announced an expanded research collaboration with Children’s Mercy Kansas City to use the multi-omics capabilities of PacBio’s Sequel IIe system in the study of genetic disease.
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