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Beckman Coulter strenghtens laboratory automation business

Acquires of acoustic liquid handling company

01-Feb-2019

Beckman Coulter Life Sciences announced its acquisition of Labcyte, a privately held, acoustic liquid handling company based in San Jose, California. Labcyte is best known for its Echo® acoustic droplet ejection technology, which uses sound waves to transfer tiny amounts of liquid with ...

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Labcyte Awarded 1st Patent in China

29-Sep-2010

Labcyte announced the grant of its first patent in China. Patent CN 101035681B describes how acoustic energy is used to assess the characteristics of any fluid in real time to optimize its transfer. The Labcyte acoustic droplet ejection technology offers touchless transfer of a wide variety of ...

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Labcyte Awarded US Patent for Real-Time Power Optimization

26-Aug-2010

Labcyte announced the grant of its 40th US patent. Patent number 7,717,544 describes how in real time acoustic energy is optimized to transfer a droplet of any fluid, even those that are unknown. Labcyte’s acoustic droplet ejection technology offers touchless transfer of a wide variety of fluids, ...

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Labcyte Signs Bioscreen Instruments as Exclusive Distributor in India

23-Sep-2009

Labcyte announced the selection of Bioscreen Instruments Pvt. Ltd. as its exclusive distributor in India. “Bioscreen is a leading distributor in India. They will be a great partner for us,” said Stephen Bates, Sr. Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Service of Labcyte Inc. “As we continue to ...

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Labcyte Awarded Second Japanese Patent

Acoustics Used for Cell Sorting and Transfer

20-Aug-2009

Labcyte announced that the Japanese patent office has granted patent 4309131 that covers the design of an acoustic-based system that can sort cells based upon acoustic or other properties and then eject them specifically from a mixed population. “This patent extends our intellectual property ...

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Labcyte Expands Presence in Chinese Market

12-Aug-2009

Labcyte announced the selection of Tekon Biotech as its exclusive distributor in China, including Hong Kong and Taiwan. “Tekon, one of the leading distributors in China, will be a great partner for us,” said Stephen Bates, Sr. Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Service of Labcyte Inc. “As ...

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The Safe Transfer and Assay of Infectious Agents

Labcyte Awarded U. S. Patent for Transferring Liquids within Sealed Containers

15-Dec-2008

Labcyte Inc. announced the issuance of U.S. Patent 7,405,072, which uses the unique advantages of moving liquids with sound to transfer fluids within a sealed container, free from any physical contact. This process can be applied to the testing of pathogens and other dangerous fluids. “A ...

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Labcyte Awarded 28th U. S. Patent Describing Improved HTS Microplates for Low Volume Acoustic Transfer

16-Mar-2007

Labcyte Inc. announced the issuance of U.S. Patent 7,185, 969 describing microplates used in high-throughput screening that have low electrical resistance. These plates are more easily electrically grounded than traditional plastic microplates and are more easily de-ionized. "The Labcyte ...

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Labcyte Awarded 27th U. S. Patent Describing Acoustic Transfer for the Preparation of Protein Microarrays

18-Aug-2006

Labcyte Inc. announced the issuance of U.S. Patent 7,090,333 describing the use of acoustic droplet ejection (ADE) for the preparation of microarrays of proteins and peptides. ADE uses sound to move fluids eliminating all physical contact with the liquid being transferred. This disposes of the ...

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Reduction of electrostatic charge to ensure proper volume transfer and trajectory

Quality improvement in high throughput applications

13-Jul-2006

Labcyte Inc. announces the issuance of an new U.S. Patent. This patent describes the use of deionization of microplates and reservoirs to ensure improved precision and accuracy of acoustic droplet ejection (ADE) and other techniques employing the transfer of small fluid droplets. Plastic ...

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