Through the use of measurement, control, information technology and life science, radically improve productivity across the entire value chain, from basic research to logistics and services.
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We have 30 years of experience in this life science field and will respond to customer's problem solving with cutting-edge solutions.
Employing new sensor and predictive control technologies for cell culture, we offer improved bioproduction capabilities for pharma.
YOKOGAWA is working on the development of single cell mass spectrometry and single cell gene analysis. In order to analyze one cell with high sensitivity, we are developing a method of collecting target cells while keeping position information under observing cells with confocal scanner.
Yokogawa is a proponent of a robust genetic testing method for food and drink contamination that can be carried out with overwhelming speed and simplicity. This testing method is realized through Yokogawa's high-sensitive fluorescence measurement technology developed over many years, as well as a newly developed non-label gene analysis device.
YOKOGAWA aims to cost reductions and improve safety by providing a structure and data-management platform for unified management of information related to cellular and regenerative therapies.
Yokogawa is contributing to the development of the pharmaceutical industry based on its performance of introducing over 1,000 systems in the areas of drug substances, pharmaceutical products, and biotechnology.
In addition to daily improvement cycles, Yokogawa will use IIoT to support create environments that do not cause defects and that are designed to completely reduce losses.
In August 2017, Yokogawa announced its long-term sustainability goals (Three Goals) for the year 2050. Yokogawa established these goals to contribute to achieving Net-zero emissions, Circular economy and Well-being. In April 2018, Yokogawa strengthened the business structure of its life innovation business with the aim of achieving one of these goals, well-being.
December 8-10, 2019
We will exhibit Spinning disk confocal "CSU-W1 SoRa" and high content analysis system "CellVoyager CQ1".
December 9, 3:00-4:00 pm – Theater 2, Learning Center
Uniformizer, a new flat-top beam shaper for CSU-W1 & Introduction to new approach for single cell analysis
Presenter: Naoki Ando: Product specialist of CSU, Masahiro Kajita: Project manager of “Single Cellome”
Yokogawa continues to make improvements to provide the best products for biology researchers. So far, CSU has fulfilled the researchers' wish to take images fast, wide, clear and in super-resolution. This time, we will introduce the new option “Uniformizer” of our product “CSU-W1”. This unit uniformizes the laser illumination and enables quantitative imaging. This provides a large seamless montage image between each field. Furthermore, Yokogawa also takes new challenge for the next field, which is single cell analysis. As a trial, it had prototyped automated single cell sampling system, and it has possible to investigate the molecular characterization of each single cell. This tech talk will introduce 1) ”Uniformizer” and 2) new approach for single cell analysis, which could perform with confocal microscopy.
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