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Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer,,,Automated Analysis System

Powered by major advances in microfabrication technology, the development of a fully automated laboratory on a chip is now a reality. Designed to integrate sample preparation, fluid handling and biochemical analysis, "lab-on-a-chip" is revolutionizing life science research.
Lab-on-a-chip technology uses semiconductor-like micro-fabrication techniques to translate experimental and analytical protocols into chip architectures comprising interconnected fluid reservoirs and pathways.
Electrokinetic or pressure forces drive fluids in a controlled manner through selected pathways. In this way, it is possible to create the functional equivalent of valves and pumps capable of performing manipulations such as dispensing, mixing, incubation, reaction, sample partition and detection.
Lab-on-a-chip technology provides scientists a more convenient and productive way to gather and store experimental data.
Lab-on-a-chip technology provides:
Miniaturized fluid pathways give shortened run times
Microfabricated chips yield better reproducibility than conventional technologies
Versatile chip design enables flexible experiment design on one system
Microscale format minimizes sample and reagent consumption
The Agilent lab-on-a-chip system includes:
Agilent 2100 bioanalyzer
System and data review software
Desktop or laptop PC
Printer
Accessories
Start-up and operational services
The Agilent 2100 bioanalyzer is a unique analysis tool capable of handling nucleic acids, proteins, and cells on one platform. The specific ap
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