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Thursday, 30 June 2016
Printing micro-patterns of biomolecules to capture individual cells Our micro-contact printing device, the InnoStamp® 40, enables you to capture and analyze single cell in an array fashion. Thanks to the InnoStamp® 40, you can print regularly interspaced dots of any biomolecule. Fibronectine, collagen, streptavidin..., choose the right molecule for your application and check the deposition with the InnoScan® 1100. Our technology enables the selective fixation of cells on patterned dots. By changing the diameter of the spots, you can choose to capture only one cell or more. Captured cells take the shape of the micro-pattern. They are now ready to be dyed, counted or even sequenced! The InnoStamp® 40 is modulable and can be adjusted to your application to perfectly fit your needs. Let's get your project started with this new device for single cell analysis! Try the InnoStamp® 40 by completing the following Technical Exchange Form. Applications are numerous: high throughput screening, drug discovery, biosensors, phenotypic screening, next Generation Sequencing, fixation support for AFM analysis…
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Collaborative ENZO‐INNOPSYS application note. The  main  objective  of  this  study  was  to  utilize  the  high  resolution  Innopsys  InnoScan  910  to  demonstrate the superior performance of the CYTAG CGH Labeling Kit in labeling DNA for CGH analysis  on a 4x180 whole genome array After hybridization to an Agilent SurePrint® G3 ISCA CGH+SNP 4x180K microarray, slides were scanned  in the InnoScan 910 scanner and analyzed using the Agilent CytoGenomics Software. InnoScan 910 high quality data in combination with Enzo’s CYTAG™ TotalCGH labeling kit provide  fewer errors and less time with manual analysis of the data. The high specific activity and low DLR  scores makes Innopsys’ Innoscan 910 scanner an ideal choice for processing precious samples for  CGH+SNP array analysis. Learn more  
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New Applications Note: Analysis of the compatibility of the InnoScan® 910 scanner with Agilent SurePrint G3 CGH arrays At the Toulouse Purpan Hospital, the cytogenetics research lab has tested the use of Innopsys’ InnoScan 910 scanner with Agilent SurePring G3 Human CGH microarray.
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picture: ©Bramsiepe, KIT The group of Professor Alexander Nesterov-Müller at the KIT - Germany developed an innovative approach for fabricating ultrahigh-density peptide arrays that contain 2.7 million defined peptide sequences per slide. The ultra-high resolution of the InnoScan® 1100AL scanner allows following up their process. These peptide arrays will be used for high throughput screening applications in life and material sciences.   HD peptide array: Scan image of one of the multiple consecutive control steps during peptide array manufacturing process. Fluorescent signals correspond to respective amino acids coupled to the growing peptide chains being synthesized in situ. The array with a pitch size of 16 µm and a spot size of 10 µm is shown. Spot density: 444,444 per cm2   Links: To learn more about Professor’s Nesterov-Müller research Learn more about InnoScan® 1100AL
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Collaborative ENZO-INNOPSYS application note. Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP), variation at a single nucleotide in a genome, can be explored on a CGH+SNP array. In CGH+SNP arrays, test and reference DNA are labeled with two different fluorophores in order to be compared in a HD microarray slide. The main objective of this study was to demonstrate the superior labeling capability of the CYTAG™ TotalCGH Labeling Kit in preparing and labeling DNA for a CGH+SNP microarray, and further, to analyze the chip on the Innopsys Innoscan 910. The results after hybridization to an Agilent SurePrint® G3 ISCA CGH+SNP 4x180K microarray the Enzo kit yields lower DLR scores, and the plots are much easier to interpret. The high specific activity and low DLR scores make Enzo’s CYTAG™ TotalCGH labeling kit combined with Innopsys’ Innoscan 910 scanner an ideal choice for processing precious samples for CGH+SNP array analysis. Learn more
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Trade shows & conferences

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Seignosse - France
For fifteen years, biological imaging has changed radically, thanks to the work of a large interdisciplinary community (physicists, chemists, biologists, instrumentalists, computer scientists, mathematicians and doctors) that is both carrier of fundamental research at the interface between photon and living mater; and creative for new tools analysis, in engagement with biological questions. The imaging developments are quickly improving in resolution and speed, minimally invasive and adaptable to the molecular study in living organisms. They require both to ensure recurrently knowledge transfer within the community, to educate the younger generation to this interface in the plurality of its components, while promoting the integration of new skills, particularly in the field of analysis, data management and modeling. Those are the thematic school's goals of "Mifobio"! Innopsys and CNRS - IPBS are pleased to announce their participation to MiFoBio 2016, through a workshop calls “High-throughput single-DNA molecule microscopy using automated micropatterning“ from September the 3rd to October the 7th 2016, Seignosse (France). Register to our workshop and discover InnoStamp 40 and InnoScan 1100 AL by yourself!
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Advances in isolation, handling and analytics of single cells Frankfurt am Main - Germany The field of single cell technologies is developing rapidly, and of increasing importance for basic and pharmaceutical research. Generation of clonal cell lines, screening of clones and development of single cell assays are some of the keywords. Isolation, handling and analytics on the single cell level are challenging, and innovative, interdisciplinary approaches are fundamental for success. Innopsys and Biosoft are pleased to announce that we will participate to Single Cell Technologies 2016 on June 2-3, Frankfurt (Germany). Don’t hesitate to meet us at this conference, and take a look to our poster about Microcontact printing: “A large scale and multiplex patterning process for cell adhesion assay”.
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Monday, 11 April 2016
Come and see us at the folowing 2016 trade shows: AGT 41st Annual Meeting, June 23-25, 2016, Orange County, CA, USA RPPA workshop, September 25-27, Tubingen, Germany Hope to see ou there!
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Monday, 07 December 2015
Innopsys presented its infrared microarray scanner at the RPPA Global workshop in Virginia in October. The RPPA workshop allowed community to learn about new developments and challenges for RPPA. Dr. Taran Gujral, Ph.D. from Harvard Medical School presented his work and results notably obtained with the InnoScan 710-IR. Dr. Gujral has been using the scanner since 2013 and considers this is the best RPPA scanner with high resolution, built-in spot analysis capabilities and throughput on the market.
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41st Micro and Nano Engineering Come visit the ‘s-Gravenhage in September! On the occasion of the MNE2015 conference to be held in The Hague in September, Innopsys and the Laas-CNRS will present their innovations. Games, new products & opportunities. Come and discuss with Jean-Christophe and I about opportunities for new partnership and collaboration, and discover our new innovative equipment. Try the following experiment with us! Print a safe biological molecule with our microcontact printer the InnoStamp40, and then generate a high-resolution image with our fluorescence scanner. Finally scan the flashcode with a smartphone or a tablet to connect to the matching address. This could be used in many fields: anti-counterfeiting, authentication, invisible marking, sorting...
Come visit booth 25 to try it with us! Kind regards.
Innopsys team
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