HP are showcasing new life science solutions at ASMS 2023

New D100 Single Cell Dispenser leverages the company's proven digital technology for life science research

31 May 2023
Lawrence Howes
Editorial Assistant
HP D100 Single Cell Dispenser HP Life Science Solutions
HP D100 Single Cell Dispenser

From June 4 – 8, HP Inc., will display its new D100 Single Cell Dispenser for life science and pharma research at the 71st American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS) Conference being held in Houston, Texas.

Launched in Spring 2023, this accessible, high-performance HP Life Science Laboratory Solution leverages the company’s proven inkjet-based digital technology to help drug research labs effortlessly isolate and dispense single cells while miniaturizing experimental workflows. Paired with HP’s simple but powerful software, early-stage customers, including large pharma, biotechnology and academic research teams, are taking advantage of the high occupancy, viability, and precision the technology offers in their work across proteomics, cancer research, and more.

Researchers want single cells to develop better therapeutics for cancer and neurological disorders but it’s hard to isolate a single cell by hand or extremely expensive to use automated solutions. HP’s D100 Single Cell Dispenser is a cost-competitive alternative, and with the breadth and scale of HP’s network, single cell research is now accessible to more researchers than ever before.

The number of single-cell research applications has grown over the past decade thanks to technological innovations, and it is transforming the way industries identify and bring new drugs and vaccines to market. In this fast-paced field, leveraging microfluidics based on inkjet technology can help level-set the playing field and ensure even more patients and consumers see the benefits of next-generation healthcare.

The HP D100 Single Cell Dispenser is currently available in the U.S. with future plans to roll out globally.

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