Academic and Government Research

A Smart Way to Expedite Research  

From the day you submit a grant request to the day you report your research findings, the pressure to deliver results as quickly as possible is intense.
Not surprisingly, the technology you choose for your lab can help alleviate this pressure:

  • The centrifuge is a time-tested workhorse for many types of research, while the analytical ultracentrifuge is a unique tool that provides the most biophysical data currently possible from experiments on macromolecules in their native state.  
  • Flow cytometry is a vital technique used to optimize cellular/particle analysis for an expanding number of research applications, such as cell therapy, biomarker detection and immunophenotyping.  
  • Lab automation solutions can dramatically accelerate research by streamlining experimental workflows and enabling high-throughput sample preparation and screening.  
  • Automated particle counting and characterization is a crucial component of every research stage because it can quickly characterize cells (and assess their viability), as well as particles in virtually all types of liquids, suspensions, emulsions and powders. 

The challenge to greatly shorten the time between research grant approval and results will only continue to intensify. 

Fortunately, Beckman Coulter Life Sciences can help you meet that challenge—and many more.

What tools do you need to expedite discovery/development of the next breakthrough therapy?

Content and Resources

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CD6: New Low/Negative Surface Marker for Human FOXP3+ Naturally-Occurring Regulatory T-Cells Authors: Carlos A. Garcia Santana M.D., Ph.D., James W. Tung Ph.D. and Sergei Gulnik Ph.D. | Life Science Research; Life Science Development, Beckman Coulter, Inc., Miami, FL., USA
FoxP3+ Tregs Cells Sensitivity to Low Doses of IL-2 Can be Rapidly and Easily Monitored by p-STAT-5 Detection in Ex-Vivo Whole Blood Samples Authors: Fabrice Malergue, Valarie Mallet, Caroline Scifo, Tewfik Miloud, Felix A. Montero-Julian | Beckman Coulter Life Sciences, Inc. ; Global Assay and Applications Development, Marseille, France
Designing Multi-Color Panels for T/Treg Populations using FITMaN Guidelines: a Case Study Authors: James W Tung, Jonel Lawson, Carlos A Garcia, Jeffrey R Cobb, Yetty Irwan, William Godfrey, Michael Reed, Enrique Rabellino | Beckman Coulter Inc, Cellular Analysis Business Group, Scientific Affairs, Miami FL