A new lab instrument from Texas Instruments gives scientists more control of cancer treatments
The Texas Instruments Laboratory Instrumentation System is a revolutionary tool for scientists working with tumors and tumors-specific diagnostics.
Now, the company has begun selling the tool.
The new product, known as the Texas Instruments Toolbox, is a new product developed by Texas Instruments for cancer research, according to the company.
It is a laboratory instrument that combines a variety of analytical and imaging technologies with advanced data analysis and visualization capabilities.
The toolbox is compatible with a wide variety of cancer imaging platforms, including cancer imaging devices from the National Institutes of Health and the European Bioinformatics Institute, the National Cancer Institute, and other organizations.
The Texas Instruments Lab Instrumentation system (left) is used in the lab to analyze tumor DNA and to detect mutations.
The Texas Instrument Toolbox (right) is a lab instrument that is compatible wth cancer imaging technologies.
The tools are part of a broader suite of tools designed to improve cancer care.
Image credit: Texas Instruments source Independent