Applications

Applications of Our Microfluidic Biochip Technology For Research and Analysis

Biopharmaceuticals and antibody production

Biopharmaceutical Discovery and Development

Looking to discover novel secreted biologics, such as antibodies, cytokines and growth hormones, for use in drug development? We can help you find high quality variants in a vast sea of possible candidates – faster, easier and more cost-effectively than other techniques.

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Synthetic biology

Bioproduction and Synthetic Biology

Identify single microbial or mammalian clones that demonstrate high expression levels of a valuable molecule, such as erythropoietin, antibiotics or enzymes. Screen mutagenized or synthetic libraries to identify high quality synthetic clones, hybridomas and transformed cells.

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Cell therapy engineering, analysis and isolation

Cell Therapy Engineering and Genome Editing

Undertake controlled transfection or precision genome editing of single cells for use in cell therapy and research. Using our technology, you can engineer, screen and isolate high quality modified cells with confidence benefitting from miniaturisation and automation.

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Drug discovery and biotherapeutics

Single Cell Disease Research

Cell libraries enable research into infectious diseases, cancer, auto-immune disease and others. Our systems help you screen millions of cells to find the interesting and important variants, especially the rare and unusual clones likely to cause disease.

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Metagenomic analyses

Metagenomics

Carry out comprehensive metagenomic analyses that probe deeper into complex conditions, such as metabolic disorders and poorly defined diseases. Detect and study rare mutations with speed by screening millions of variants in a single day.

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Single cell diagnostics

Single Cell Diagnostics and Prognostics

Rapidly purify and analyse clinical samples to identify and study single cells for improved patient diagnosis. Study circulating tumour cells or single cancer cells from biopsies, as well as perform assays using a number of other important cell types.

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