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Platypus Technologies announces the addition of the Oris™ Cell Migration Assay - Collagen Coated kit to its product line of cellular assays. This new product was launched at the recent American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting held in Washington DC, December 1 - 5. The Oris™ Cell Migration Assay - Collagen Coated offers the same level of reproducibility, sensitivity, and flexibility as the original Oris™ Cell Migration Assay, with the added benefit of providing a collagen coated assay plate. This collagen coating enables researchers to perform cell migration studies on cell lines that are dependent upon an extracellular matrix for motility. Like the original assay, the Oris™ Cell Migration Assay - Collagen Coated permits kinetic and endpoint studies, multiple approaches to cell labeling, and morphological analysis of cells. It utilizes readily-available lab equipment and is available in a convenient, 96-well plate format. The assay is offered as a 1-plate starter pack and as a 5-plate multi-pack.
Cell migration is critical to a variety of bodily processes including tumor cell metastasis, wound healing, the development of new blood vessels, and tissue regeneration. To learn more about the Oris™ Cell Migration Assay - Collagen Coated, visit www.platypustech.com/oriscollagen.html .
About Platypus Technologies, LLC
Platypus Technologies, LLC develops innovative products for the analytic and life sciences based upon the application of nanotechnologies. Utilizing recent advances in nanoscale and material science, the company provides advanced tools for use in proteomics, cell-based studies, and environmental monitoring. The company is developing a range of products that derive from a proprietary platform technology utilizing liquid crystals for the rapid detection of molecular interactions.
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