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Tired of Manual Staining? Meet the LabSat® Research Platform

sponsored by Epredia

Available On-Demand

Tuesday, July 27th, 2021. 10:00am EDT

Want to learn how to achieve IHC assays in 30 minutes and multiplex assays in 2.5 hours? In this webinar, you will discover the LabSat® Research platform - a rapid reagent delivery system that utilizes unique microfluidic technology for dramatic assay time reduction. The reagents travel through the system and are pushed into the staining chamber. Thanks to the Fast Fluidic Exchange technology (FFeX), an active flow of reagents produces a fast exchange at the tissue surface, reducing the required incubation times. Learn how this breakthrough platform can deliver your research results rapidly while meeting your high quality and usability standards as a true research staining solution.

Epredia is an authorized distributor of LabSat® Research in the: United States, United Kingdom, Germany and Japan. For research use only, not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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