Protein Crystallisation Workstations



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Microlab STAR Line Liquid Handling Workstations  

4 out of 5



Your ideal lab automation solution can be reached with the combination of the flexible platform design and the great know-how of our scientific specialists. The STAR line workstations are...
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  • Ease of use 4 out of 5
  • After sales service 4 out of 5
  • Value for money 4 out of 5

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Freedom EVO® Protein Crystallography  

Protein crystallography applications on the Freedom EVO platform The Freedom EVO protein crystallography workstation is a highly flexible, fully scalable liquid handling platform that...
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Freedom EVO® Series  

The Freedom EVO series offers four different worktable capacities (75, 100, 150 and 200 cm) each with building-block modularity that brings precision, reliable liquid handling and...
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Honeybee 161  

The HoneyBee 161 is a flexible platform capable of setting up sitting drop, hanging drop and MicroBatch crystallization reactions as well as sequencing and PCR based assays. Low volume (nL)...
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Automated Protein Crystallization Workstation  

The crystallization of proteins is a multi-factorial process that depends on the interplay of several independent parameters, such as temperature, protein concentration, crystallization...
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ACTOR  

ACTOR™ (Automated crystal transport orientation and retrieval robot) is a proven commercial solution for automating routine crystal screening and data collection at both synchrotron...
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AutoMATE II  

Highly accurate micro area residual stress with both iso- and side-inclination methods. In the past, if you wanted to make highly accurate residual stress measurements, you had to use...
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Protein Structure Workbench  

In-house X-ray screening provides instant feedback of crystal quality, and the results can immediately lead to a new direction in crystallization. Your lab's results must be...
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