NBS Scientific is pleased to announce the collaboration with two new suppliers: Basque Engineering + Science and Scinomix.
Basque Engineering + Science delivers off the shelf and custom automated frozen aliquotting solutions to the scientific community to preserve sample integrity, increase sample utilization and support major R&D initiatives.
Their mission is to improve the quality of scientific data that helps advance important life-science research and development through technology solutions that preserve biospecimen integrity. The company’s proprietary technology platform provides the global medical research community with repeated and safe access to frozen biosamples for research and discovery.
Frozen Aliquotting Systems
For sample integrity and longevity
The CXT 353 Frozen Sample Aliquotter is a semi-automated bench-top instrument that can aliquot a wide range of frozen samples like tissue, feces, serum, plasma, whole blood, urine, and other biofluids. The CXT 353 can extract multiple frozen aliquots from a single sample, thus increasing utilization of rare samples for critical studies.
Scinomix develops automated tube labeling systems for customers in the life science industry. The automated systems have the ability to cherry pick, (de)cap, fill, scan, and label storage tubes. It is possible to create customized solutions for labs.
Scinomix is an American company that develops automated tube labeling systems for customers in the life science industry. Their automated systems have the ability to cherry pick, (de)cap, fill, scan, and label up to 425 tubes per hour. With a Scinomix tube labeler, customers can streamline their workflow in the lab.
TUBE LABELING PRODUCTS
To eliminate hand labeling errors in the lab
Scinomix offers a range of automated tube labeling equipment that helps prevent sample contamination, ensure accurate test results, and facilitate the workflow in your lab. From solo tube/vial labeling systems to barcode printers, Scinomix’s range of tube labeling equipment can be integrated into larger, automated systems or function as stand-alone units, depending on your laboratory needs.