Modular Full System - Piezo Head

The full system includes all the necessary accessories you might need. Thanks to its open design, it’s a highly versatile device with the possibility of shaping it to your needs.

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Viable Cells

One single cell arrives to each PCR tube still viable after the sorting process

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Unprecedented Precision

Excellent liquid handling precision: 0.1 nanoliter, with an Outstanding >90% single cell isolation efficiency

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High speed imaging

 

Typical scanning speed is 100 - 1,000 cells/second, cell picking speed is 3-4 single cells/min. When collecting multiple cells, the sorting speed is 1 cell/second

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High quality imaging

 

Both unlabeled and fluorescent cells are recognized by computer vision. Sort cells labeled by fluorescent probes or markers

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Highly Modular

 

Numerous options for a personalized experience and a better fit

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User-friendly

Fully automated with an intuitive interface

Modular options:​

  • Microscope -  Can be almost any inverted microscope. We recommend Zeiss,Nikon Olympus.

  • Camera - Including Andor, PCO, Flir and Hamamatsu

  • Motorized stage - There are several choices depending on size and speed including Prior and Märzhäuser.

  • Light source - We recommend Prior Lumen 200s for standard use and Lumencor Spectra.

  • Objective lens - Our standard equipment comes with a 10x lens, higher magnifications are also possible.

  • Levels of motorization - There is an option for additional Filter turret and Objective Changer (nosepiece).

  • Sample Holder - 35 mm Petri dish, Microscope slide, Chamber slides, Standard multi-well plate (ie.: 96 well-plate).

  • Container for Single Cell Deposition - PCR tubes/strips, PCR plates, Mutli-well plates.

  • Brightfield or phase contrast illumination: Standard transmitted light source of the microscope.