BioDot, Inc.

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BioDot, Inc.
Type Corporation
Industry Clinical automation
Headquarters 2852 Alton Pkwy., Irvine, California, U.S.
Number of locations 8
Area served Worldwide
Products Various automated dispensation, aspiration,
cytogenetic, lamination, and cutting systems
Website biodot.com
LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/biodot/

BioDot, Inc. develops and distributes automated fluid dispensing, aspiration, cytogentic, lamination, and cutting systems for the medical diagnostic, life science, and manufacturing industries.[1]

History

The company was officially founded in 1994.[2]

In July 2019, the company announced its Rainmaker picoliter volume dispensing device, the result of a collaboration with partners Applied Microarrays, Inc. and Engineering Arts, LLC.[3]

Technology and products

BioDot has a wide product line of automated dispensers, aspirators, cytogenetic systems, lamination systems, and cutters. These devices are useful across many applications, including biosensors, dry chemistry, flow-through, lateral flow, immunoblots, FISH and karyotyping, low volume PCR, and biochips. Consult their product page and application page for all the various options the company provides.

Pricing

Public pricing information isn't available.

Demonstration videos and other media

The company has more than 40 demonstration videos for its automation solutions. See their company YouTube video page for more.

Additional information

References

  1. "BioDot - About". BioDot, Inc. https://www.biodot.com/about/. Retrieved 06 August 2019. 
  2. "Business Search". Business Entity Search. California Secretary of State. https://businesssearch.sos.ca.gov/. Retrieved 06 August 2019. "Search for BioDot or entity #C1884670" 
  3. "BioDot Expands Picoliter Printing Capabilities with New Rainmaker Technology". NewsWise. NewsWise, Inc. 22 July 2019. https://www.newswise.com/articles/biodot-expands-picoliter-printing-capabilities-with-new-rainmaker-technology. Retrieved 06 August 2019.