PLEASANTON, Calif., May 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Unchained Labs, the life sciences company that's all about getting biologicsresearchers the right tool for the job, launched their new Unfilter today. The proprietary, 96-well ultrafiltration consumable is designed for use on the company's one-of-a-kind, fully automated buffer exchange systems Freeslate and Junior.
No matter what the application, automated buffer exchange with Unfilter lets researchers make formulation decisions way faster. Freeslate configured with buffer exchange automates formulation development from end to end. It's the only system that does high-throughput buffer prep and exchange, sample stress, storage and analytics in a single integrated workflow. Researchers can bang out up to 384 formulations at a time using Unfilter and cruise through all their analytical characterization without breaking a sweat.
"Manual buffer exchange sucks," said Taegen Clary, VP Marketing at Unchained Labs. "Using Unfilter, researchers can really up their throughput and crank through 96 buffer exchanges at a time. Because our systems automate the whole process, scientists can finally kick their manual buffer exchange bottleneck to the curb."
About Unchained Labs
Here's the deal. We're all about helping biologics researchers break free from tools that just don't cut it. Unleashing problem-tackling products that make a huge difference in the real science they do every day. That's our mantra, our promise and we own it. We're located in Pleasanton, CA and can be found online at www.unchainedlabs.com.
Contact:Taegen ClaryVP of Marketing, Unchained Labstaegen.email@example.com
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