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cell

an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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Silhouette Portrait (Silhouette America, Inc.) was used to cut the flow cell. Two rotating platforms (Beijing PDV Instrument Co., Ltd., China) were employed as the mechanical drivers.
Johanna Zellmer, Honore II--Prince de Monaco, 2017, commemorative sterling silver Euro coin, forged, rolled and stamped; self-adhesive printed film; Illumina flow cell glass, fused and glued.
There are two basic designs for collection of digital images in automated instruments; cuvette-based and flow cell systems.
To improve sensitivity, the photometer was coupled to a flow cell with an optical path length of 200 mm.
The electrode was embedded into a home-made flow cell and successfully used as a potentiometric detector in a flow injection potentiometric (FIP) system.
Just two C1 mRNA Seq HT IFCs can now fill an entire HiSeq flow cell with 1600 cells, maintaining a read depth of 1 million reads per cell.
Its fiber-optics flow cell eliminates the need for periodic laser alignment and reduces the amount of sheath fluid normally required by conventional flow cytometers.
The HPLC system comprised a pump, a degassing unit, an autosampler, a column oven, a UV/Vis detector equipped with a conventional flow cell and a system controller.
NEXTflex 18S ITS amplicon processing involves two main steps: an initial PCR amplification using customized PCR primers that target the 18S ITS domains, and a subsequent PCR amplification that integrates relevant flow cell binding domains and unique 12 base pair sample indices.
Reducing the influenza detection process into discrete flow cell units meant that these additional medical laboratory technologists could quickly be trained and gain documented competency in the procedures within each flow cell.
Scientists working in nanoscience, polymers, chemical and textile engineering, neuroscience, and other fields around the world discuss nanothermometers, the fabrication and flow cell testing of chitin and chitosan nanofibrous membranes, the electrospinning technique, the properties of electrospun nanofibers, the features and applications of carbon nanofibers, polymer and polyacrylonitrile-based nanofibers, a spinal cord prosthetic developed from nanofibers, and carbon nanotubes.