An innovation in donor screening.
An integrated, world-class, scalable NAT donor screening system designed to meet variable throughput demands in an automated, technician-friendly environment.
The automated Hamilton STAR family of pipettors and Roche’s proprietary Pooling Wizard software is unsurpassed for ease in pooling.
Pooling and Data Management Server
The single high-capacity server can accommodate multiple configurations to meet variable throughput needs while providing system safeguards such as data back-up, data recovery, data redundancy and data retrieval capabilities.
Scalable and Flexible Automation
Powered by a single high-capacity server, the cobas s 201 system lets you establish and change system configurations to meet your workflow requirements with less labor and provides integrated back-up capabilities.
Scale up or scale down. You can implement a world-class system today that can change to meet your needs tomorrow.
Technology to Support Emerging Pathogens
The cobas s 201 system supports assays with a platform designed for detection of emerging pathogens. The system is designed to easily accommodate future needs.
The system monitors samples, ready-to-use reagents, disposables and the testing process from start to finish.
User-Friendly Software and Server
The software and server provide system security, surveillance and reportingcapabilities. Roche is raising the bar in laboratory quality by providingmaximized flexibility with full system audit and data security.
Superior Service and Support
The cobas s 201 system is made and supported by Roche, the industryleader in service. In the last three Washington G-2 Reports, Roche has beenrated #1 in service and support.* Our service engineers and application specialists are unsurpassed in their responsiveness, professionalism and reliability.
Automated Sample Preparation and Real-Time PCR
Easily manage automated nucleic acid extraction and world-class real-time PCR… See the possibilities.
*Washington G-2 Reports First National Reagent Vendor Quality Survey Report, 2005