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xCELLigence RTCA HT Instrument for high throughput cell analytics
Roche’s xCELLigence System RTCA HT Instrument performs real-time impedance-based label-free measurement of cell behavior for high throughput applications. It´s technology is compatible with workflows carrying out automated screening using the 384-wel
xCELLigence Cardio Instrument for Cardiac Safety Assessment
Roche’s xCELLigence Cardio Instrument is a medium-throughput cell analyzer using impedance recording to monitor cardiac beating and cellular events in real time. The instrument features high resolution detection rate and frequency measurement technol
On the RealTime ready Configurator, we offer function tested human, mouse, and rat qPCR assays for gene expression quantification based on the unique Universal ProbeLibrary technology (UPL). The Universal ProbeLibrary is a set of short hydrolysis pro
The gene and transcript annotational content of the RealTime ready Configurator offers a combined view of three of the main gene annotation authorities. The positional information of the lab-tested RealTime ready assays regarding transcript or exon c
The Nobel Assembly awarded this year's Nobel Prize in Medicine to Elizabeth H. Blackburn, Jack W. Szostak, and Carol W. Greider for the discovery of how chromosomes are protected by telomeres and the enzyme telomerase. With their ingenious genetic re
Although congenital heart malformations are the most common birth defects in humans, the underlying pathomechanisms remain widely unknown. Through linkage analyzes and candidate-gene approaches, several gene mutations causing congenital heart defect