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Automatic cytometer ID7000™
benchtopdigitalflow

automatic cytometer
automatic cytometer
automatic cytometer
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Characteristics

Operation
automatic
Configuration
benchtop
Other characteristics
digital, flow

Description

A high-parameter spectral cytometer, the ID7000 delivers comprehensive information about heterogeneous cell populations, with high sensitivity to detect dim and rare populations. Expanding the boundaries of cell analysis, the ID7000 can be configured with up to 7 lasers and 188 detectors, the most of any flow cytometer available today. The system enables researchers to perform experiments using 44 colors, limited only by the fluorochromes available. The choice of lasers include blue (488 nm), red (637 nm), violet (405 nm), yellow-green (561 nm), ultraviolet (355 nm), deep ultraviolet (320 nm), and infrared (808 nm). The ID7000 uses spectral technology to collect continuous light from 360 nm to 920 nm, allowing researchers to obtain more data than from a traditional cytometer. With this technology, data can be measured more accurately, and both spectrally adjacent fluorochromes and fluorescent proteins can be used in a panel. Streamline High-Parameter Multicolor Workflows The ID7000 provides capabilities to simplify high-parameter experiments and streamline multicolor workflows. Novel features include the Spectral Reference Library and the Autofluorescence Finder. The Spectral Reference Library stores information from single-positive controls for each reagent for future use, so researchers need to run controls only once, saving time. With the Auto-fluorescence Finder, researchers can identify and subtract contributions from multiple autofluorescent populations for higher fidelity data and more accurate visualization.

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