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Fluorescence microscopy of Buccal cells attached to a slide using EasyFuge

EasyFuge is a simple plastic adaptor for use with any standard benchtop centrifuge that enables liquid-suspended cells and particles to be attached to glass for microscopical imaging. It eliminates the need for expensive specialist hardware and, besides being easy to use, EasyFuge’s cell attachment is efficient and allows handling of low volume samples.

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Adding samples to a clear 96 well plate (c)iStock

This assay would enable quick and effective in vitro compound screening to overcome the developmental block that causes the Wilms’ tumour, thus finding a cure. Similar assays may be optimised for other diseases.

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Senior patient having consultation (c)iStock

This sensitive, rapid and highly accurate assay offers a less invasive mechanism for initial diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. This would facilitate early intervention and implementation of an appropriate care package.

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Mucosal (left) and connective tissue type (right) mast cells

An improved method for robust and rapid production of large quantities of homogeneous mast cells suitable for research, drug discovery and cell therapy to treat allergy, anaphylaxis and autoimmune disorders.

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E-coli © iStockphoto

An alternative assay to quantitatively assess colony viability has been developed that offers greater flexibility, reproducibility and lower cost compared to the current gold standard Calgary assay.

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