FLUICELL RECEIVES A NEW PATENT ACCEPTANCE FOR THE BIOPEN SYSTEM

 

Fluicell AB, a pioneering high-tech company in single-cell biology, is extremely delighted to announce the issuance of US Patent No 9,6719,671,366, entitled “Pipettes, methods of use, and methods of stimulating an object of interest”, by the USPTO.

This is the third patent issued to Fluicell AB, representing a continued advancement of their innovative BioPen system. This platform facilitates complex cell biology experiments at the single-cell level, at affordable prices.

This approval gives further recognition to the Fluicell team as innovation leaders, and solution providers for cell biology research and discovery tools for the 21st century.

For further information, please visit us at fluicell.com or contact:

Victoire Viannay, CEO

Tel: +46 725 65 42 05

E-mail: victoire@fluicell.com

 

About Fluicell

Fluicell is an exciting Swedish high-tech company that brings inspiration and innovation to life science researchers around the globe. Fluicell provides innovative tools with outstanding performance, redefining approaches within; cell biology, bioprinting, and secondary drug screening and discovery. Fluicell strives for technology solutions which are environmentally friendly, sustainable, and that ultimately reduces costs, resource use, and animals. Fluicell’s main target sectors include universities, the pharmaceutical industry, and national health laboratories. 

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Based in Gothenburg Sweden, Fluicell is a company that has commercialized a product portfolio to study single cells, primarily in the field of drug development. Fluicell’s existing products are the research tools Biopen® and Dynaflow® Resolve, which today allow researchers to investigate the effects of drugs on individual cells at a unique level of detail. As a further development of Fluicell's existing product portfolio, the company is developing a unique high-resolution bioprinting technology in both 2D and 3D under the name Biopixlar™ Retina. With this system, complex tissue-like structures can be created where positioning of individual cells can be controlled.

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