The Veritas instrument provides the ability to capture individual cells from a tissue sample, and then image the cells to verify that the correct cells were harvested for down stream extraction of RNA or DNA. Cells are captured using a NIH developed technique that uses an IR laser to attach a cap to the cells of interest. Larger samples can be collected by cutting out the area of interest with a UV laser and attaching the sample to the cap with a few anchor points.
- Manufacturer: Molecular Devices Corporation
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- Location: 121G, Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology
- Contact Person: Mayandi Sivaguru, 217-333-1214, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fees & Consumables: See Fees page
- User Guide
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