Echo Liquid Handling forPERSONALIZED MEDICINE

Testing Drug Combinations for Individualized Cancer Cells

SEngine Precision Medicine | Seattle, WA

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Access™ Dual Robot System

The New Sound of Sample Management

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The NEW

Echo 655T Liquid Handler

for ultra-high throughput screening

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Up to 15 Hours Faster

On synthetic biology workflows compared to traditional methods

(The Echo) is an extremely fast instrument... a significant savings in terms of time.

Dr. Sunil Chandran - Sr. Director, Amyris Biotechnologies

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100-Fold Reduction

In sample volume and costs

  • Miniaturize reaction volumes to reduce costs
  • Eliminate cross-contamination for data reproduciblity
  • Pool libraries with greater accuracy in less time
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ADVANCING SCIENTIFIC INNOVATIONS with SOUND

Redefining liquid handling for drug discovery, genomics, personalized medicine, synthetic biology, and beyond

Echo Acoustic Liquid Handling Technology

A revolutionary lab equipment for scientific research

The Echo acoustic droplet ejection (ADE) technology has revolutionized liquid handling with its non-contact, high-precision, high-speed capabilities for transferring liquids using acoustic energy. Sound waves eject precisely-sized droplets from the source plate onto the destination plate suspended above.

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Pere Mir Pardo

CUSTOMER PROFILE

Helping IGENOMIX Deliver Its Mission to Improve Pregnancy Success

Pere Mir Pardo, Ph.D

Lab Manager ,IGENOMIX, Valencia

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Vincent Noireaux

CUSTOMER PROFILE

Express Yourself – Cell-free Expression Comes of Age with Acoustic Liquid Handling

Vincent Noireaux

Professor , University of Minnesota

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Alka Saxena

CUSTOMER PROFILE

Testing Drugs on Individual Tumor Samples and Patient-derived Organoids

Carla Grandori, M.D., Ph.D.

CEO,SEngine Precision Medicine

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It’s so easy, with no pipetting required – and for example I’ve seen an undergraduate do a few 1,000 reactions per week. By hand, this would have taken months.

Vincent Noireaux|Professor, University of Minnesota

SEngine Testing Specific Drug Combinations for Individualized Cancer Cells

Dr. Carla Grandori and her team at SEngine Precision Medicine describe their goal to target and find specific vulnerability of individualized cancer cells by using the Echo acoustic liquid handling technology.

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