LUMICKS is proud to announce that a C-Trap® optical tweezers-fluorescence microscopy system was installed at Rockefeller University in the Liu Lab led by Assistant Professor Shixin Liu.
Dr. Liu wil use the C-Trap to study how cells execute replication, transcription, translation and degradation processes in a coordinated manner, and how environmental changes influence these processes. We wish Dr. Liu and his team all the best with the C-Trap and his research.
Interested in using the C-Trap in your experiment? Contact us for a demo or a quote.
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