Study Points to Biomedical Potential for Symcel Microcalorimetry Tech | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A new study out of the University Hospital of Basel and Lund University has demonstrated that Symcel's recently launched platform for real-time bioenergetic measurements can accurately monitor the metabolic activity of tumor microtissues, bacteria, and parasitic worms, opening the door for the system's use for biomedical applications.

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