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SEP 13, 2005
Labcyte Receives 23rd and 24th Patents for Acoustic Droplet Ejection

Labcyte Inc. has received U.S. Patent 6,938,995 and 6,938,987 its 23rd and 24th patents. These patents further define aspects of the ejection device. The 23rd patent covers the repositioning and refocusing of the transducer to ensure that fluid is efficiently ejected from a plurality of reservoirs, i.e., the wells of a microplate even when the volumes of the reservoirs differ. Richard Ellson, C...

AUG 23, 2005
Labcyte Receives 22nd Patent for Restoration of Fluid Volume and Composition Using Acoustics

Labcyte Inc. has received U.S. Patent 6,932,097, its 22nd patent, which discloses how to use acoustics to monitor the composition and volume of a fluid and maintain those parameters via active fluid supplementation. In many applications, both chemical and biological, fluid composition can change because of evaporation or absorbance of water from the atmosphere.

JUL 25, 2005
Labcyte Inc. Closes $21 Million Financing with Cross Atlantic Partners Leading

Labcyte Inc. announced today it has closed its Series C financing with all previous major investors and three new firms participating. The round was led by Cross Atlantic Partners and included Hambrecht & Quist Capital Management LLC and the Bay Area Equity Fund, a fund managed by JPMorgan, as new investors. Dr. Sandra Panem of Cross Atlantic Partners will join the company’s board of directo...

JUL 19, 2005
Labcyte Receives 21st Patent for Acoustic Droplet Ejection

Control of the Flow of an Acoustic Coupling Fluid

JUN 16, 2005
Labcyte Echo 550 Compound Reformatter Selected as Key Component in New NIH Screening Center at Vanderbilt University

This week the National Institutes for Health announced that Vanderbilt University was one of the centers chosen for the new Molecular Libraries Screening Centers Network (MLSCN), part of the NIH Roadmap Initiative. “Molecular library screening will give academic researchers the ability to combine high throughput approaches with unique biology to rapidly find small molecule modulators of targ...

JUN 01, 2005
Labcyte Receives 19th and 20th Patents for Acoustic Droplet Ejection Applications

Use focused energy to make cellular arraysMaintain droplet size for biomolecular arrays

MAR 22, 2005
Labcyte Receives Patent for Producing Mono-Dispersed and Multi-Layer Particles with Focused Acoustics

Eliminates nozzle blockage and expands solution diversity

FEB 15, 2005
Labcyte Granted Patent for Acoustically Depositing Droplets on a Surface Prior to High Resolution Analysis

Labcyte Inc. announced today that it has been granted its 17th patent. US Patent 6,855,925 describes the deposition of droplets of low volatility fluids onto surfaces as a precursor to analyses. This technology facilitates higher-resolution imaging by delivering reagents in small droplets of fluids less prone to evaporation.

FEB 01, 2005
Labcyte Granted Patent for Acoustic Transfer of Living Cells and Solid Particles

Labcyte Inc. announced today that it has been granted its 16th patent, US 6,849,423, for the rapid and gentle transfer of cells and particles, including beads, with acoustic energy. This patent describes the use of focused acoustics to move cells and particles between microplates and as well as to form arrays of single living cells efficiently, quickly, flexibly and economically. Focused acoust...

OCT 27, 2004
Labcyte Granted Patent for Rapid Acoustic Transfer of Nanovolumes in Microplate Formats

Labcyte Inc. announced today that it has been granted US patent 6,802,593 for rapidly transferring fluids from a multi-well plate with acoustic energy. This patent describes the use of focused acoustics for the transfer of liquids at speeds greater than one second per well.




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