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Flow NanoCytometer®

The Delaware is an ultrasensitive analyzer designed for nanoparticle detection for exosome and EV research. With up to 3 scattering channels, 5 lasers and 6 fluorescence detection channels, it can achieve sensitivity to at least 60 nm.


Modular Flow Cytometer

The Potomac is a fully customizable flow cytometer, built on an open architecture for maximum configuration and upgrading flexibility. It can support from 1 to 8 lasers and from 4 to 20 detectors.

Freedom Flow: Arno

Compensation-Free Flow Cytometer

The Arno analyzer is capable of providing 12-color, compensation-free flow cytometry using only 2 lasers and 6 detectors. Powered by Kinetic River’s TRFC technology, the Arno uses fluorescence decay, behind the scenes, as a means to distinguish two fluorophores.


Fluorescence Lifetime Flow Cytometer

The Danube cell analyzer provides direct time-domain fluorescence lifetime measurements on a cell-by-cell basis, with multi-exponential decay information, at subnanosecond resolution and at high throughput.


Fluidics Control Module

The Shasta is a flexible, highly customizable fluidics control module that provides highly stable core and sheath flow across a very broad range of flow rates.


Flowcell Monitoring Module

The Cavour is a remote flowcell monitoring device that simplifies adjustments to the core stream and troubleshooting of fluidics issues. The Cavour can be retrofitted to virtually any flow cytometer.


Quad Amplifier Module

The Tuolumne is a quad amplifier module that offers low noise amplification of output from PMTs or SiPMs in a compact, plug-and-play standalone unit.

Beam Genie

Laser Beam Stabilizer

The Beam Genie is a compact, retrofittable solution that actively compensates for beam misalignment due to thermal shifts in laser pointing, maintaining proper aiming of a laser beam to its intended target.

For Research Use Only. Not for diagnostic use. Specifications subject to change without notice.
These products, or use thereof, may be covered in whole or in part by patents in the U.S. and other jurisdictions. A current list of applicable patents can be found here.

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