Cellomics HCS Reader 2004 Upgrade for ArrayScan HCS, Cisbio s HTRF (Homogenous Time-Resolved Fluorescence) Reagents and Cyclic AMP Jumbo Kit, and CyBio s CyBi-Lumax flash HT | GenomeWeb

Cellomics said last month that it has launched the HCS Reader 2004 Upgrade, an upgrade package for its ArrayScan HCS instrumentation platform.

The upgrade consists of new software features and ease-of-use improvements, as well as a new shutterless, high-performance camera, which provides increased sensitivity and reliability, Cellomics said. In addition, the upgrade enables access to the V2 versions of Cellomics’ BioApplications, the company said.

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