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Spike2 version 6 software from Cambridge Electronic Design Limited

Description:... Powerful data acquisition, analysis and experiment control software. Records waveform, event and marker data with on-line and off-line analysis. powerful stimulus generation capabilities and a built-in script language allowing the user to ...
Company:Cambridge Electronic Design Limited

Custom Splice Arrays from ExonHit Therapeutics Inc.

Description:... algorithms are used to identify splice events and design microarray probes from high quality, spliced cDNAs aligned to the human genome. Each splice event contained in a custom SpliceArray is profiled with a patent protected combination of six exon and junction probes that allows robust, specific ...
Company:ExonHit Therapeutics Inc.

SoftLinx from Hudson Control Group, Inc.

Description:... etc. Allows operators to add plates to a run already in progress Supports parallel assays, resulting in higher throughput Facilitates accurate event timing such as incubation periods Complex methods can be built using functions such as loops, if-then statements, math and string functions, and ...
Company:Hudson Control Group, Inc.

APO LOGIX - JC-1 Mitochondrial Membrane Potential Detection Kit from BACHEM

Description:... In situ detection of apoptosis and mitochondrial membrane potential. The mitochondrial permeability transition event provides an early indication of the initiation of cellular apoptosis. This process is typically defined as a collapse in the electrochemical gradient ...
Company:BACHEM

Isolated Mitochondria Staining Kit from Sigma-Aldrich

Description:... staining using the JC-1 dye. In normal cells, the JC-1 dye concentrates in the mitochondrial matrix where it forms red fluorescent aggregates. Any event that dissipates the mitochondrial membrane potential (e.g. apoptosis) does not allow the accumulation of JC-1 dye in the mitochondria. The dye is ...
Company:Sigma-Aldrich

Full-Configuration Camera Link NI PCIe-1429 from National Instruments Corporation

Description:... For instance, engineers and scientists can use the board to perform fault analysis by setting up a stop trigger to record images before and after an event on the factory floor. They can also use high-speed imaging to perform particle image velocimetry, track the movement intricacies in gait analysis or ...
Company:National Instruments Corporation
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