Pathology laboratory workstation CellWriter™ S
for cell culturesfor assaysautomatic

pathology laboratory workstation
pathology laboratory workstation
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pathology, for cell cultures, for assays
for liquid handling, for assay processing, microfluidic
Other characteristics
with HEPA filter, with touchscreen, with ventilation


The CellWriter S is a robotic workstation that produces slides for both Karyotyping and FISH. By integrating BioDot’s nanoliter dispenser (BioJetTM) with exquisite temperature and humidity control, we have developed a highly efficient system that produces quality slides. BioDot further simplifies the workflow by introducing a new, patented slide technology. FISHArray SlidesTM enable multiplexed FISH assays and eliminate the need for rubber cement when preparing for hybridization (a step that is both messy and time consuming). Automated Cell Dropping Automated Probe/DAPI Dispensing Automated Coverslipping Improve Metaphase Spread Quality Perform Up To 8 Assays On One Slide Reduce Probe/Assay Costs Remove The Need For Rubber Cement 24 Slide Processing Capability Real-Time Probe Inventory Management Performance Specifications Dispense Volume Dynamic Range: 100nl to 10ul Dispense Volume Precision: ± 5% Humidity Control: Ambient to 70% RH ± 5% Slide Temperature: 4°C to 65°C ± 1°C Fume Filtering: Specialty-blended Filter Media [i.e. Acid Gas, Mercury, Aldehyde, Ammonia] Configuration Dispense Channels per System (Sample/Probe): 1 Slides per Batch: Up to 24 Samples per Batch: Up to 12 Probes per batch: Up to 48 Barcode Scanning: Linear (All Standard Formats), 2D (Data Matrix, QR), Stacked (PDF417, GS1 Databar) Options LIMS Integration FISHArray Slides ADS Biotec has exclusive rights to market and distribute BioDot’s CellWriter products in North America, Europe and Russia.


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