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Don't sleep in the lab for your time-course experiments

Video   Mar 04, 2019

 

Watch and find out why UCSF scientist Prof. Ernesto Diaz-Flores is confident in the results of his time-course experiments - all without staying in the lab to take time points every hour through the night. IncuCyte takes continuous measurements for Prof. Diaz-Flores and gives him insights into the underlying biology as a function of time.

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