Beckman Expands Budget Cytometry Offerings By Adding HTP Well-Plate Sampler to Cell Lab | GenomeWeb
Beckman Coulter has added a high-throughput well-plate sampling option to its Cell Lab Quanta SC, the benchtop flow cytometer it licensed from tiny cell-analysis instrumentation shop NPE Systems in 2004.
 
The well-plate sampler, called the Multi-Platform Loader, marks Beckman’s entry into the rapidly developing market for affordable flow cytometers designed for high-throughput screening and biomedical research in individual labs.
 

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