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Oxford Optronix to Showcase Solutions at The Genes & Cancer Meeting

Oxford Optronix team to meet with specialists from across cancer research field at key UK meeting from 13-15 April 2015

Oxford Optronix, the leading provider of advanced research instrumentation for the clinical medicine and life science industries, today announces that it will be showcasing its full range of cancer research solutions at The Genes & Cancer Annual Meeting at Robinson College, Cambridge, UK, from 13 - 15 April 2015.

Oxford Optronix will be exhibiting throughout the two-day event, which is now in its 31st year and is the longest-running cancer research meeting in the UK. The Oxford Optronix team will demonstrate its full range of advanced instrumentation products, including the next-generation OxyLiteTM dissolved oxygen (pO2) and temperature monitors, the GelCountTM colony counter platform for cancer biologists and its recently launched HypoxyLabTM hypoxia workstation.

The Genes & Cancer Annual Meeting has built a solid reputation for highlighting the very latest advances in cancer research. Key topics under discussion at this year's gathering will include ‘cell growth and survival of the cancer cell', ‘engagement of immune cells', ‘cancer as a systemic disease', ‘detection and imaging' and ‘models and therapy'. In addition, and in line with a commitment to promote early career scientists, the programme will also feature 10 short talks, selected from submitted abstracts.

The Oxford Optronix team will be on hand during the show to demonstrate its products, answer any questions, and to learn first-hand about the key developments and potential breakthroughs in this vital area. Oxford Optronix's bio-sensing solutions for tissue vitality, automated cell colony counting system, and new hypoxia workstation have all proved highly successful across a range of research disciplines, with particular application in oncology.

For more information about The Genes & Cancer Meeting, and to register, please visit: and follow the hashtag #GANDC2015 on Twitter.

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