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CEQ 8800 Genetic Analysis System from Beckman Coulter

ProductsCEQ 8800 Genetic Analysis System from Beckman Coulter
Company Beckman Coulter
Item CEQ 8800 Genetic Analysis System
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Description The CEQ 8800 Genetic Analysis System, which processes two 96-well plates and tracks the samples. This automated system adds a higher level of throughput to the CEQ product line. The CEQ 8800, part of Beckman Coulters new GenomeLab family of products*, also offers a bar coding link with the Biomek series liquid handers, for increased automation.

The CEQ 8800 automates and integrates the majority of genetic analysis functions into one flexible, easy-to-use system that adapts to changes in sample type and complexity. With one gel, one array and one software platform, users can perform DNA sequencing, heterozygote detection, confirmatory sequencing, mutation analysis, allele identification, SNP (single nucleotide polymorphism) scoring, microsatellite instability and amplified fragment length polymorphism fingerprinting. To ensure accurate sample tracking, CEQ 8800 sample set-up can be created at the initial sample preparation stage on the Biomek series liquid handlers. The CEQs integrated bar code reader automatically calls up and programs the method, for time savings and reduced handling errors.

*GenomeLab is a new family of genetic analysis tools from Beckman Coulter that innovate, simplify and automate genomics processes to enable identification of new markers of biological, diagnostic and therapeutic interest. GenomeLab solutions help researchers identify the differences between normal and diseased states, isolate and purify samples, prepare nucleic acids, analyze and evaluate genetic material. GenomeLab tools will be used in the validation of biomarkers and their association with specific disease states as well as in the evaluation of drug efficacy, and may lead to a new generation of standardized diagnostic tests with the promise of delivering personalized medicine.

Info Beckman CoulterBeckman Coulter
4300 N. Harbor Boulevard
PO Box 3100
Fullerton, CA 92834-3100
U.S.A.
Customer Service: (800) 742-2345
Fax Number: (800) 643-4366
Web Site: http://www.beckmancoulter.com
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