If you got the chance, thanks for stopping by our booth at CYTO 2022. If not, here’s a recap of what you missed.
At the show, we launched our latest product, the Delaware Flow NanoCytometer™ for ultrasensitive nanoparticle detection.
We also introduced Freedom Flow™ Time-Resolved Flow Cytometry (TRFC), which enables compensation-free, autofluorescence-free, or label-free analysis. You can see how we do it by downloading this article and interview from April in Laser Focus World.
The booth allowed us to highlight our other analyzers, the Potomac Modular Flow Cytometer, which is fully customizable for unique flow cytometry requirements, and the Danube Fluorescence Lifetime Flow Cytometer, the only commercial instrument capable of performing lifetime measurements in high throughput flow.
Visitors also were able to get hands-on with our other commercial products: the Shasta Fluidics Control Module which provides ultrastable fluidics, the Cavour Flowcell Monitoring Module for simple, continuous monitoring of your flowcell, and the Tuolumne Quad Amplifier Module for the do-it-yourself cytometrists. All modules are standard in Kinetic River instruments and can be adapted to most other instruments in your lab.
Kinetic River’s Dr. Alan Chin spoke on the topic of compensation-free cytometry in a talk entitled “Analysis of a 12-Color Panel using a Compensation-Free Flow Cytometer with 6 Fluorescence Detectors” We also presented data on our nanoparticle analyzer in our poster “The Delaware: A Flow NanoCytometer™ for Nanoparticle Analysis” and on autofluorescence removal in our poster “Automated Autofluorescence Removal in Flow Cytometry.”
We’d love to talk to you about any of these topics. Feel free to reach out to us and set up a time to talk.