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Barr Ellison Solicitors – commercial property
6 November, 2019 - 18:22 By Kate Sweeney

Sphere Fluidics hits a fresh Peak with cell analysis collaboration

Sphere Fluidics, which is commercialising single cell analysis systems underpinned by its patented picodroplet technology, and Peak Analysis and Automation which supplies intelligent lab automation solutions, have announced a cell analysis collaboration.

They reveal the optimisation of the Cyto-Mine® Single Cell Analysis System through integration with PAA’s automated plate handler, S-LAB™. 

The addition of S-LAB to the Cyto-Mine provides researchers with a further streamlined solution for single cell analysis in biopharmaceutical workflows.

Dr Rob Marchmont, VP of Sales and Marketing, Sphere Fluidics, commented: “Peak Analysis and Automation has a strong reputation as a trusted supplier of lab automation solutions, hence our decision to partner with the team to support our customers’ requirements for a complete, automated workflow. 

“The integration of our Cyto-Mine with PAA’s S-LAB gives customers the freedom and flexibility to incorporate both instruments into multiple workflows, to further reduce their biopharmaceutical timelines. We will continue to work with PAA to further the opportunities in the synergy of our technologies.”

Dr Malcolm Crook, Technical Director, Peak Analysis and Automation, said: “This collaboration illustrates S-LAB’s cost-effectiveness and ease of use, in addition to its adaptability to different scientific applications. We look forward to our continued partnership with Sphere Fluidics to bring automated solutions to customers across a broad range of processes.”

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