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HS 4800 Hybridization Station from Tecan

ProductsHS 4800 Hybridization Station from Tecan
Company Tecan
Item HS 4800 Hybridization Station
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Description Fully automated microarray slide processing offering reproducibility, reliability and in-built flexibility

The trend to miniaturization, automation and massive parallel analysis makes array technology a powerful tool with many applications in both industrial and academic settings. These applications range from gene expression profiling, gene regulation and pharmacogenomic studies up to the identification of new drug targets and toxicology studies.

To serve these diverse areas, Tecans HS 4800 Hybridization Station is an easy-to-use solution that enables fully automated hybridization of microarrays on slides. The HS 4800 Hybridization Station has been designed to offer researchers improved reproducibility, superior performance and the throughput necessary to perform a wide range of applications.

Key product attributes are:
  • Easy-to-use - standard microarray slides are loaded on Tecans slide holder which has the same dimensions as a microplate. This ensures easy and secure slide handling and provides seamless connectivity to LS-Series Microarray Laser Scanner without further manual steps. An easy-to-use Windows-based software that runs on PC or on an optional touch screen permits simple programming of application protocols and full process control of all slides in the HS 4800 Hybridization Station modules.
  • Modular and Flexible - for throughput, protocols and reagents. The instrument provides solutions from medium to high throughput hybridization (up to 48 slides per run). Through its modular design, it is possible to easily combine the 12-slide master system with 3 extension units (each unit holds 12 additional slides) to process up to 48 slides using up to 4 different protocols in parallel. Incubations may be performed in the range 485C. The possibility of 6 on-board reagents (4 of them pre-heated) offers the necessary choice of buffers for a wide range of applications.
  • Reproducible - pre-warmed reagents ensure constant buffer concentrations by preventing buffer precipitation. Highly uniform liquid distribution ensures reproducibility for all washing steps. Efficient liquid agitation and on-board slide drying maximizes the quality of results. True parallel processing without the need for scheduling guarantees exact and reproducible timings.
  • Reliable - unique features like bubble sensors for all liquid channels and the optional liquid level detection and barcode identification systems maximize the reliability of results. Process performance is tracked in log files throughout all the steps of the process.
Info TecanTecan
Tecan U.S., Inc.
4022 Stirrup Creek Road
Suite 310
Durham, NC 27703

Customer Service: (800) 338-3226
Fax Number: (919) 361-5201
Web Site: http://www.tecan.com
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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