Yokogawa develops single cellome system for subcellular sampling

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

December 6, 2021 -- Yokogawa Electric unveiled the single cellome system SS2000, a single-cell analysis solution that automatically collects samples of specific cells and intracellular components. The SS2000 will be released in Japan, the U.S., and China in February 2022, and later in Europe.

Understanding the characteristics and functions of cells and mechanisms for cell development can clarify the causes of diseases, prevent them, as well as verify the efficacy of new drugs. The SS2000 system ensures that sample morphology is not disrupted; furthermore, the entire process is automated, according to Yokogawa.

Some features of the SS2000 include optimal selection of cells or regions within cells according to set criteria, reliable sampling of target cells and components within individual cells, and samples that can be used for a broad range of analyses.

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