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Specialist for detection of cell culture contaminations
Multiplexion was founded as a spin-off of the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) Core Facility "Contamination Control" in Heidelberg, Germany, in 2012. Multiplexion is engaged in the multiplex detection of biological analytes in cell culture systems used in biomedical research.
It is our goal to enable researchers at universities, institutes or industry to get safe and consistent research results.
To this end two services are provided to researchers:
Frequent bacterial, e.g. Mycoplasma, viral and inter-species contaminations can be rapidly detected by Multiplexion´s (McCT), whereas a contamination of one human cell line by another human cell line (intra-human contamination) and the authentication of human cell lines is monitored by Multiplexion´s Multiplex Cell Authentication (MCA).
Please contact us if you have questions concerning cell culture contaminations.
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