CYTOO’s Breakthrough Adhesive Micropattern Technology for Cell Assay Variability Reduction Generates Significant Interest from Cell Biologists
News Sep 10, 2009
“CYTOOchips normalize cell architecture down to their internal organization and thus offer a unique possibility of mapping a Reference Cell™, explained co-CEO and co-founder Alexandra Fuchs, PhD. We target a wide range of applications, including cell signaling, cell adhesion and polarity, cell division or precise protein co-localization."
Micropatterns are available in a variety of sizes and shapes and can even be custom designed to meet the particular requirements of an application. The introductory presentation of the CYTOOchips to the North American market will take place at the December, 2009 ASCB Conference in San Diego, California.
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