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FDSS6000 System from Hamamatsu Photonic Systems - Drug Discovery

Description:... The fdss6000 System is an imaging based plate reader for cellular assays, assay developm...minescence modalities. The Hamamatsu light sources and cameras in the fdss6000 highlight our companys decades-long experience in photon detection technolo...
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FDSS6000 System, a high-throughput kinetic fluorescence reader by Hamamatsu ... The FDSS6000 System is an imaging based plate reader for cellular assays, assay ...

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A leading publication in pharmaceutical technology research and business ... Detection and Modulation of Cariomyocyte Calcium Oscillations Using the FDSS6000 ...

Adaptation of Aequorin Functional Assay to High Throughput Screening ...

... plate reader, the Hamamatsu Photonics FDSS6000, for HTS in 96- and 384 ... The FDSS6000 and AequoScreen cell lines allow reading of twenty 96- or 384-well ...
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