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The ZOE™ Fluorescent Cell Imager eliminates the complexities of cell imaging associated with traditional microscopes. This fluorescence imaging system combines the ease of use of a personal tablet with the power of an inverted microscope.
The A600 High Throughput Auto Sampler (HTAS) enables a whole new way of running plate experiments. We designed the A600 with an all-ceramic precision pump and six injection probes working in concert.
Adding more colors and lasers to a newly designed cytometer is a logical but standard design improvement; Stratedigm is anything but standard.
We know that people demand performance and reliability from their flow cytometers, even for standard applications. But uncompromised performance simply would not be achievable at a lower price point with conventional entry-level systems. So we designed our SE520EXi benchtop flow cytometer with the same patented technologies as our S1000 series - without the same price tag. Our SE520EXi may be a small flow cytometer, but it’s big on performance.
he MACSQuant™ Analyzer 10 brings to life the versatility and power required for modern flow cytometry applications.
The S3e Cell Sorter is the first truly walk-away automated cell sorter. Real-time monitoring and smart features make cell sorting easier and accessible to both novices and experts.
The TC20 automated cell counter counts mammalian cells in one simple step using its innovative auto-focus technology and sophisticated cell counting algorithm to produce accurate cell counts in less than 30 seconds.
The ZE5 Cell Analyzer is the only flow cytometer with the ideal combination of production throughput, smart sample-handling and superior speed and sensitivity to meet your research needs.
Engineering the future of automation