New Syringe Pump from CMA Microdialysis
CMA 4004 Syringe Pump
The CMA 4004 Syringe Pump is a totally new design that is easy-to-use, can hold four-syringes, and provides a very broad flow range rate suitable for microdialysis. In addition the pump can deliver very precise micro-injections that can be repeated in intervals.
2012-08-15Search the publications on Microdialysis that are published in 2012 here.
2012-06-07Harvard Apparatus, the world leader in syringe pumps, has just released the NEW PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump. This pump is the first of its kind to infuse fluids under Constant Pressure by automatically adjusting the flow rate.
The PHD ULTRA™ CP will provide enhanced capabilities for many experiments and is ideal for a variety of Constant Pressure applications including:
• Organ perfusion studies requiring constant physiological conditions
• Ocular injections and perfusions
• Small animal whole-body perfusions
• Constant pressure microfluidic mixing
• Introduction of chemical reactants in a controlled manner
A Constant Pressure Syringe Pump Technology Advance, the PHD ULTRA™ CP couples to virtually any commercially available pressure transducer/amplifier with a 0-10V output to deliver fluids with an applied force of up to 1,000 lbs with <±2% pressure accuracy.
World-renowned for accuracy and reproducibility, all PHD ULTRA™ CP syringe pumps are infuse/withdraw models and are offered in a variety of configurations and force/pressure ratings to meet and exceed your research needs.
Harvard Apparatus is a global developer, manufacturer and distributor of innovative and specialized products to enhance bioresearch. The PHD ULTRA™ CP will provide enhanced capabilities for many experiments and is ideal for a variety of Constant Pressure applications.
CMA Microdialysis distributes Harvard Apparatus products in the Nordic countries.
Campden's 'Bussey-Saksida' Touchscreens and CMA Microdialysis, CMA470 Fraction Collector and CMA400 Syringe Pump.
World's Smallest Piezo Micromanipulator from Warner Instruments.
Distributed in the Nordic Countries by CMA Microdialysis.
Warner Instruments is pleased to introduce the Sensapex, a NEW 3D Piezo Movement Micromanipulator.
CMA Microdialysis expands with the product portfolio of Harvard Apparatus products
Effective of April 1st, we are pleased to announce that CMA Microdialysis will provide you with Harvard Apparatus products, and will now have a presence in the Nordics.
CMA Microdialysis now becomes a stronger distributor to universities and pharmaceutical companies performing pre-clinical research.This new venture massively strengthens and expands our leading Microdialysis portfolio including Advanced Solutions for pre-clinical research from Harvard Apparatus.
Microdialysis is a unique technique to monitor the chemistry of the extracellular space in living tissue. In basic research it is primarily used for In Vivo determinations of endogenous compound changes, drug delivery, PK/PD, bioavailability and bioequivalence.
- We will now become one of the largest distributors of both preclinical- scientific- and bioscience research products in the Nordic countries. By providing the most attractive offer in the Nordic market for our customers and vendor partners, we want to build the distributor of tomorrow, says Erik Düring, CEO of CMA Microdialysis AB.
We look forward to a long collaboration with you and aim to build a stronger and more efficient support. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries or concerns.
CMA will be exhibiting at ScandLas meeting in Trondheim 26-29 of April. Please take the opportunity to meet with us there.
Erik Düring, CEO
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CMA officeTel +46 8 470 10 10
About CMA Microdialysis ABErik Düring, CEO
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Harvard Bioscience, Inc. Acquires CMA Microdialysis’ Preclinical Business
HOLLISTON, Mass., July 1, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Harvard Bioscience, Inc. (Nasdaq:HBIO), a global
developer, manufacturer, and marketer of a broad range of tools to advance life science research and regenerative
medicine, today announced that it has acquired the preclinical business unit of CMA Microdialysis AB through a
purchase of assets.
CMA Microdialysis AB is a privately held Swedish manufacturer of microdialysis products. Founded in 1984, the
company pioneered the microdialysis technique for in vivo sampling and monitoring of organs and tissues. This
acquisition is complementary to the current Harvard Apparatus research products for neuroscience applications.
Chane Graziano, CEO of Harvard Bioscience, commented, "The acquisition of CMA Microdialysis’ preclinical business
provides Harvard with a leading technology to add to our line of specialized tools for biological research. The
business unit will remain in Sweden under the leadership of Erik Düring. We expect this acquisition to be
immediately accretive to earnings.”
Philip Siberg, CEO of CMA Microdialysis, added, "We are pleased to announce this transaction because of the growth
opportunity and long-term strategic value it creates for our employees and our customers. As part of the
transaction, Harvard Bioscience, Inc. will acquire the rights to the name CMA Microdialysis. CMA Microdialysis will
be renamed to Dipylon Medical AB (www.dipylonmedical.com) with continued focus on the development and
marketing of clinical microdialysis solutions for human use. In addition, the leading Eirus system for continuous
glucose monitoring for intensive care will continue to be developed within the new entity Eirus Medical.”
Harvard Bioscience, Inc. was advised by Jaffe Raitt Heuer & Weiss and Ramberg Advokater and CMA Microdialysis
AB was advised by Catalysis Capital Partners Limited and Advokatfirman Vinge KB.
About Harvard Bioscience
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products, primarily apparatus and scientific instruments, used to advance life science research and regenerative
medicine. HBIO sells its products to thousands of researchers in over 100 countries primarily through its 850 page
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Fisher Scientific and VWR, and via our field sales organization. HBIO has sales and manufacturing operations in the
United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and Spain with additional facilities in France and Canada. For more
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