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ACEA webinar series: Using xCELLigence RTCA to study biofilms formation

Feb 14, 2018

February 21, 2018 5:00 pm, CET

Dr. Alex Mira, Center for Advanced Research in Public Health, Valencia, Spain

-Quantitative, real-time kinetics: Continuously monitor biofilm formation and/or dissipation in real-time to reveal behavior details that are missed by end point assays

-Exquisite sensitivity: Monitor changes in both the cells and the extracellular polymeric substance (EPS)

-Astonishingly simple workflow:
.Add cells to the plate and start monitoring
.Read an entire 96-well plate in 15 seconds
.Run up to 6 plates independently, with no scheduling conflicts
.Track biofilm dynamics over assay windows spanning from seconds to days
.No more Agar plates, staining, microscopy, or Spectrophotometric analyses

-Diverse applications: Bacteria (mono- and multi-species culture), yeast, drug screening (both biofilm prevention and disruption), clinical theranostics, etc.

Learn more about the use of xCELLigence for diverse biofilm applications in a live webinar hosted by ACEA Biosciences.

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