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DakoCytomation s CyAn ADP (Advanced Digital Processing) and Research and Markets Cellular Assays 2004

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DakoCytomation last week said that it has started to ship its new CyAn ADP (Advanced Digital Processing) instrument platform for flow cytometry analysis.

DakoCytomation said that the ADP enables high-speed analysis on a 12 in. X 18 in. X 16 in. (30 cm X 45 cm X 40 cm) footprint, and that the instrument comes with new Summit Software version 4.1. The CyAn is available in three models, each offering an individual laser and color configuration for applications such as stem cell/SP analysis, CD34 enumeration, signal transduction, antigen-specific T-cells, and multi-color immunophenotyping, the company said.


Research and Markets has announced the addition of Cellular Assays 2004 to its collection of life sciences and biotechnology research reports.

The new report includes analysis and end-user perspectives on current cellular assays technologies and applications, Research and Markets said. The report integrates case studies, company profiles, market trends, and challenges and strategic options for cellular assay companies seeking market opportunities, Research and Markets said.

Further information on the report can be obtained by visiting http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reportinfo.asp?cat_id=0&report_id=222230.

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