Bringing full analytical power to immunology research
Flow cytometry has been an essential tool for immunologists over the years, as it has provided a way to identify and characterize the different cells that comprise blood.
Make headway in your neuroscience research
Flow cytometry has played a significant role in recent developments in neuroscience and is routinely used in the characterization of neural stem cells, progenitors cells, and the different functional cell types within the brain.
Stem cell research
Paramount performance in stem cell characterization
Flow cytometry has played a significant role in supporting recent developments in stem cell research, such as in the characterization of stem cells and their downstream progeny.
Discover, advance, and translate your cancer research
From learning about DNA damage response and cell cycle defects to understanding tumor progression and metastasis, flow cytometry can provide valuable insights into the mechanisms that facilitate cancer formation and prevention.
Cell and molecular biology
Revolutionize your cell and molecular biology research
Flow cytometry is an ideal tool to investigate cell and molecular biology as it provides multiparameter analysis of single cells, providing in depth analysis of protein expression, including fluorescent protein reporters, in individual cells.
Integrated automated cell biology workflows
Biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies often rely on robots and automation to screen for potential drug candidates and interaction partners. Flow cytometry has become a perfect partner to these high-throughput systems.
Systems biology: helping to tie it all together
Whether tracking protein expression, transcription factors, or cellular differentiation, multiparameter analysis with flow cytometry will help shed light on the interactions within any cellular system.
Versatile solutions to advance interdisciplinary research
Discover more flow cytometry applications in a wide variety of research areas.