Customer Spotlights and Case Studies
Customers are using our products and technologies to solve real-world research problems. Learn from their stories and browse case studies to see how we can help you tackle your biggest challenges.
Dr. Alan Richardson, Keele University
Dr. Richardson’s lab uses the NanoBiT® Protein:Protein Interaction System to measure the association of two proteins involved in autophagosome formation in live cells.
Dr. Aldo Pourchet, Omios Biologics
Dr. Pourchet explains the power of recruiting viruses for immunotherapy, and how real-time monitoring assays are key to developing this approach.
Dr. Li-Fang Chu, University of Calgary
Using bioluminescence live-cell imaging in a stem-cell model, Dr. Chu’s group studied a gene involved in human embryonic development.
Three-D Cell Assays
Samantha Llewellyn, Swansea University
Samantha Llewellyn uses the CellTiter-Glo® 3D Assay as part of her work to develop predictive 3D liver models for nanomaterial safety assessment.
Dr. Claudia Bagutti, State Laboratory of Basel
Dr. Claudia Bagutti, microbiologist and molecular biologist in the State Laboratory of Basel-City, Switzerland, discusses tracking SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater samples.
Dr. Xuping Xie, University of Texas Medical Branch
Dr. Xie’s group developed a NanoLuc® SARS-CoV-2 reporter virus to identify selective inhibitors of SARS-CoV-2.
Increased Throughput for Processing FFPE Clinical Samples
Rennes University Hospital needed a solution for extracting high-quality DNA and RNA from FFPE samples. An automated workflow using Maxwell® HT extraction solutions helped to increase their throughput.
UniPath’s Move to a High-Throughput Extraction Process
When UniPath needed to expand their nucleic acid extraction capacity, they turned to a custom automated workflow using the Maxwell® HT Viral TNA Kit.
Batch Processing of Drinking Water Samples for Microbial Testing
Zurich Water Works used a single-sample microbial testing method for their water distribution system. The Water-Glo™ 96-well batch method allowed them to process 90 samples at once and get results within an hour.