NanoString releases nCounter stem cell characterization panel

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

June 22, 2021 -- NanoString Technologies has unveiled its nCounter stem cell characterization panel for the analysis and optimization of stem cell lines for humans and mice.

The 770 gene panel measures the eight essential components of stem cell biology and provides a standardized assay for evaluating elements that affect and determine viability, functionality, and pluripotency, the firm said.

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