Cell-based Assays for Cancer Research

Dear --FNAME--,

Are you interested in a simple cell migration assay? The below experiment is run automatically without opening the incubator door in 96 well microplates! Applied BioPhysics is pleased to release the ECIS CM96, a simplified impedance-based instrument to automatically measure cell migration. 

Requiring no extra steps beyond cell seeding, medium exchange and compound addition, the CM96 automatically applies a high field pulse to kill the cells on the sensing surface. Peripheral cells then migrate back onto the precisely defined surface. The time of recovery allows for calculating the rate of cell migration. To learn more

Visit Applied BioPhysics at

AACR Booth #434

Catherine and Erin will be on hand to answer questions about the new ECIS CM96, as well as automated solutions for TEER assays and cell proliferation. 

Or contact us directly!