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BioTek Introduces New Cell Count & Viability Starter Kit

April 1, 2020

BioTek Instruments today introduced a new kit that can help researchers quickly obtain high-quality cell count results by automating the often tedious and error-prone process of mammalian cell counting.
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BioTek customer statement on COVID-19 coronavirus

April 1, 2020

At BioTek, supporting our customers is a key priority and we are hard at work to avoid disruptions, while at the same time acting responsibly to do what we can to prevent further spread. We have put measures and precautions in place to keep our customers and employees safe while continuing to serve the scientific community. Our sales and service teams are actively assisting customers remotely using virtual tools and technologies to minimize in person visits. We know BioTek’s customer support is something you value and is essential to your research. We are committed to supporting you in any capacity we can, safely. In addition, our manufacturing facility is operating at normal capacity and we continue to innovate and develop new products.
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In Vitro Assays for Antiviral Drug Development (COVID-19)

March 13, 2020

Researchers around the globe are working to find viable antiviral drugs against COVID-19. There are myriad research methods in use for discovery and development, including in vitro assays in microplates. To help researchers find the best instrumentation for their research, BioTek’s team in China has made recommendations for instrumentation that can be used at several stages of discovery and for several specific in vitro assays.
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BioTek Announces the New Cytation 7 with Upright and Inverted Microscopes, Plus Multi-Mode Detection

January 2, 2020

The new Cytation™ 7 Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Reader from BioTek Instruments combines an automated upright microscope, an inverted microscope, and multi-mode microplate detection in a single instrument. This combination of microscopes and multi-mode reading enables applications that would typically require multiple instruments.
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