Attune™ Focusing Fluid (1X)

Catalog number:  4449791

 Related applications:

Flow Cytometry

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Attune® Focusing Fluid is an optimized buffer solution that is used in the Attune® Acoustic Focusing Cytometer for focusing and transportation of particles throughout the fluidics system.

Maintains System Cleanliness
Attune® Focusing Fluid is a sterile, buffered, azide-free support reagent that contains a surfactant that helps clean the fluidic lines of the Attune® Acoustic Focusing Cytometer. The Attune® Focusing Fluid was designed to minimize bubble formation and to prevent build-up of cellular material in the flow cell, resulting in less instrument clogging.

The ready-to-use 1X focusing fluid was designed to eliminate the need for dilution prior to use, as well as access to a purified water system. The convenient 10 L packaging provides enough focusing fluid to operate for at least 10 days (the average focusing fluid consumption per day is less than 1 L) and has a spigot to to make filling of the onboard fluidics tanks easier.

High Quality
Each batch of Attune® Focusing Fluid is traceable by its lot number designation and has been validated for use on the Attune® Acoustic Focusing Cytometer.


For Use With (Equipment): Attune® Acoustic Focusing Cytometer
Form: Liquid
Product Line: Attune™
Product Size: 6 x 1 L
Reagent Type: Attune™ Essential Reagent
Regulatory Statement: For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Contents & storage

Store at 15—30°C


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