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ChemoMetec A/S

Gydevang 43
DK-3450 Allerod
Denmark

Phone: +45 4813 1020
Fax: +45 4813 1021
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Stock symbol: CHEMM.CO

Description:

ChemoMetec A/S develops, produces and sells analytical instruments for cell counting and cell analysis. The ChemoMetec technique has been successfully applied in the analysis of biological samples such as cell cultures, yeast cells, animal semen, blood and milk.

The company's expertise lies in the development of high-tech products based on low-cost and robust solutions.

The NucleoCounter product family comprises the NucleoCounter NC-100, NucleoCounter YC-100, NucleoCounter SP-100, NucleoCounter SCC-100, NucleoCounter NC-200 and the new NucleoCounter NC-3000.

The NucleoCounter NC-3000 is a revolutionary cell analyzer, which makes use of disposable slides and cassettes. The NC-3000 can be used for analysis of cell cycle, oxidative stress, various types of apoptosis, GFP, cell count and viability.

Read more about the NucleoCounter cell counter instruments at http://www.chemometec.com/



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