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Brewdog Embraces and Endorses Cellometer X2 Technology as They Expand

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In 2007 two guys (and their dog) set out on a journey to revolutionize the Brewing industry. With a passion for flavor, quality and a love of craft brewing, they created the BrewDog brand. Almost a decade later they are by far one of the world’s premier craft brewers, with an ever expanding British brewery, 26 independent bars around the world, and range of brews that have become the staple of the craft connoisseurs. Along with a huge export business comes the breaking of ground on BrewDog’s new US brewery (Ohio). In order to continue producing the highest quality beers...

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New Product: Nexcelom3D Ultra-low Attachment Treated Round Bottom Multi-well Plates

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Nexcelom3D ultra-low adhesion round-bottom plates in 96-well and 384-well formats are specifically designed for working with 3D tumor spheroids. These clear wall, clear bottom plates were validated with U87 MG cells and tracked using a bright-field imaging technique on the Celigo Image Cytometer. These plates are ideal for single spheroid drug screening assays and can also be used to investigate spheroid invasion with the addition of Matrigel. Key Benefits and Advantages Available in 96- and 384-well formats Validated with U87 MG spheroids Fluorescent viability assay with CalceinAM and Propidium Iodide Spheroid invasion can be investigated with the addition of Matrigel...

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Cellometer Listed as “Best Buy” Instruments

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We received a copy of the 2014/2015 Academic Consumables, Equipment, Life Science and Chemicals Contract Handbook from our Sweden distributor, Fisher Scientific, and listed in their instruments section are our Cellometer Mini, Cellometer Auto 1000 and Cellometer Auto 2000!

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Craft Brewers Enhance Brewing Process and Product Taste using the Cellometer X1 and X2 Instruments

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Avery Brewing Company in Boulder, Colorado has introduced a Cellometer to their brewing process, improving their procedures, as well as the product’s taste and quality. The Cellometer is employed as a quality control check over the yeast cells inside the facility’s fermenters. Making sure the yeast cells fermenting the beer are healthy and enzymatically active ensures a high quality product, with fewer mutated and/or dying cells that can negatively affect the beer’s flavor.

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