04.03.2011 | Nanion’s Patchliner exceptionally well received by academic ion channel core facilities
MUNICH, GERMANY, March 4, 2011 -- The new year has started well for Nanion; in the first weeks of 2011 more than five Patchliners were sold and shipped to academic institutions, intended for advanced ion channel research and screening projects, and are soon to be followed by the first SyncroPatch 96 shipment and installation.
The Patchliner, a highly versatile patch clamp screening platform for increased throughput, has been on the market since 2006. Patchliner customers are evenly distributed over pharmaceutical industry, contract research organizations and academic institutions because of the flexibility and increased throughput of the platform.
Again highlighted by the recent sales, the Patchliner is a much appreciated tool for academic research, mainly because of the high data quality obtained with the platform, and its vast experimental freedom.
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