CLEANING STATION for SMLD micro valves

CLEANING STATION for SMLD micro valves

Thanks to our CERTUS FLEX users and their valuable feedback, the highly anticipated new CLEANING STATION is here. At Fritz Gyger AG we are always keen to listen and take notice of the daily demands and requirements in the laboratory to make life easier. The CLEANING...

CERTUS FLEX: Webinar on December 3rd. 2020

CERTUS FLEX: Webinar on December 3rd. 2020

At a time where science can barely keep up with the growing global need, the drive for better, more efficient, more capable high throughput screening is greater than ever. Join us this week for a live webinar and discussion on how to get the most out of your HTS...

CERTUS FLEX: Webinar on September 09. 2020

CERTUS FLEX: Webinar on September 09. 2020

In drug discovery & personalized medicine cell screening is central, however current methods still suffer from several limitations. Here we present a novel droplet microarray and how it can be processed for cell screening. Join our free webinar to gain insights on...

CERTUS FLEX: Webinar on July 22. 2020

CERTUS FLEX: Webinar on July 22. 2020

For these past few months, we have all experienced new ways of working and keeping in touch. Thank you to everyone who joined our last CERTUS FLEX LIVE demonstration, don’t worry if you missed it! Due to the high demand and interest we will be hosting another webinar....

CERTUS FLEX: in action against COVID-19

CERTUS FLEX: in action against COVID-19

Ideal dispenser for PCR, immunoassays and more Thanks to our precise, patented micro valves, the CERTUS FLEX optimizes the dispensing of your reagents with maximum speed and minimal dead volume. This saves you valuable time, costs and consumables. Due to its...

Boehringer Ingelheim, Germany

Boehringer Ingelheim, Germany

‘High Throughput Screening (HTS) is one task of the HTB Group. The establishment of biological test systems (biochemical and cellular assays) in micro titer plates in 384 and 1536 well formats is the prerequisite for testing of hundreds of thousands of compounds...

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