Thermo Scientific™

Toxicity Testing Workstation

Catalog number: LPI302
Thermo Scientific™

Toxicity Testing Workstation

Catalog number: LPI302

Perform automatic testing of drug candidates for cytotoxicity using Thermo Scientific™ Toxicity Testing Workstation. The Thermo Scientific Catalyst Express robot-centered system enable turnkey cytotoxity testing. The Thermo Scientific Toxicity Testing Workstation is adaptable to both specific and common cytotoxity assays and can be used with any commom cells lines and primary cells.

 
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DescriptionToxicity Testing Workstation
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Thermo Scientific Toxicity Testing Workstation enables the detection genotoxicity in early toxicity testing drug discovery. It is designed to be a compact and flexible solution that can grow with your labs needs and changing assays.
  • Fully integrated: Turnkey operation
  • Guaranteed throughput
  • Small physical footprint
  • System can be customized to meet your specific needs

Includes:

Thermo Scientific CataLyst Express articulated robot arm with guarding and three random access microplate storage units; Thermo Scientific scheduling software (Polara™ or Momentum); Tecan EVO 100 or Beckman NXp Robotic Liquid Handling System; Thermo Scientific Microplate Varioskan Flash; Thermo Scientific Cytomat incubating storage unit; Modular Table; Dell personal computer and color flat panel display

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