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Analyze cells with this smart cytometry system

By Chemical Engineering |

Sartorius Group

Launched in late June, the Intellicyt iQue3 (photo) is designed to provide fully automated processing and analysis for flow-cytometry workflows, taking users from samples to actionable answers faster than ever before. Successor to the iQue Screener PLUS, the new generation instrument offers even more user-friendly operation and enhanced process security to ensure consistent and reliable results with minimal user intervention. One of the iQue3’s new features is an enhanced rinse station that actively monitors buffer usage. With built-in liquid level detection, this module offers a smarter way to ensure users always have sufficient buffers to complete a run. This is complemented by a number of updates to the system’s intuitive ForeCyt software, which uses a unique templated analysis approach to offer intelligent, fully automated data processing. This powerful software solution has been specifically developed to alleviate common processing bottlenecks by eliminating the need for manual data analysis and providing real-time visualization of your data for virtually any cell- or bead-based assay. — Sartorius Group, Göttingen, Germany

www.sartorius.com/intellicyt

 

 

 

 

 

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