Labcyte has revolutionized liquid handling with an innovative technology that produces faster, more accurate results than traditional methods. Whether you are involved in compound management, genomics, proteomics, diagnostics or other laboratory applications, you will do better science and save money with acoustic droplet ejection (ADE).
Labcyte – revolutionizing Liquid Handling
Labcyte is a biotech company that enabled its customers to enhance personalized medicine programs, streamline DNA/RNA diagnostic testing, optimize drug discovery pipelines and accelerate life science research. Indeed, every experiment performed in life sciences, molecular medicine, drug discovery and diagnostic testing involves liquid handling. Labcyte’s award-winning products use acoustic energy to transfer precise amounts of fluids without touching them. This capability significantly improves data quality and reliability, while eliminating or substantially reducing costs associated with pipette tips, reagents and waste disposal. Equally important, it conserves precious samples and enables highly accurate assay miniaturization, dramatically improving productivity. Labcyte products offer cutting-edge solutions for High throughput and secondary screening, Cell-based and biochemical assays and ADME-Tox, Genomics (Next-Gen sequencing, RT-qPCR and genotyping) and Proteomics (Protein/peptide arrays, biomarkers and protein crystallography).
Labcyte’s ADE drives Labcyte Echo 500 series liquid handlers and the Portrait 630 spotter. It focuses ultrasonic acoustic energy at the meniscus of a fluid sample to eject small droplets of liquid from wells and position them precisely onto a surface suspended above the ejection point. The Echo liquid handler can transfer as many as 750.000 samples a day to 384-, 1536-, and 3456-well plates, slides and microfluidic devices, without touching the samples.
Labcyte is a biotech company headquartered in Sunnyvale, California (USA). Board of Directors is composed by Joseph Keegan, Mark Fischer-Colbrie, Richard Ellson, Jonathan MacQuitty, Sandra Panem, Joseph Smith and Craig Taylor.
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