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Fujitsu's Biosciences Group has released the CellInjector automated microinjection system for large-scale direct injection of agents into cells for biochemical research.

The CellInjector is computer controlled, and comprises a glass capillary, moving X-Y platform, perforated silicon chip, digital camera, microscope, and computer controller. Fujitsu said that the product can be integrated into pre-existing robotic workflows.


Caliper has launched the Sciclone ALH 4000 Liquid Handling Workstation, the company said last week.

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