Flow cytometry workflow solutions to fit your research needs
The Attune Flow Cytometers offer customizable configurations and can be set up with the CytKick and CytKick Max Autosamplers and integrated robotics. Designed for all types of research, these instrument fit into any workflow from cell counts to screens for multicolor flow cytometric endpoint analysis. Do more research with the flexible configurations of the Attune CytPix and Attune NxT Flow Cytometers.
- Attune CytPix Flow Cytometer—scalable from two to four lasers with up to 14 fluorescent parameters with a high-speed camera option for simultaneous collection of brightfield images
- CytKick and CytKick Max Autosamplers—hassle-free multisample processing with one-click, tube-to-plate conversion
- Robotics integration—easy system integration for walkaway high-throughput flow cytometric automation needs
See the revolutionary technology of the Attune Flow Cytometers
Curious to know what makes the technology of the Invitrogen Attune Flow Cytometers so revolutionary? See for yourself how its fluidics, technology, optics, and software help you get better data, detail, and throughput.
Imaging-enhanced, efficient, flexible, transformative flow cytometer
The Attune CytPix Flow Cytometer is an advanced cell analyzer that combines acoustic focusing fluidics for high sensitivity and high throughput with a high-speed camera.
Designed to handle troublesome samples
The Attune Flow Cytometers are designed for improved sample processing and on-time project runs, and greater instrument endurance. Expand flow cytometry use to include previously troublesome samples including larger cells and dissociated tissue masses.
Gain familiarity with flow cytometry. These resources will help you increase your understanding of the fundamentals and scientific principles of flow cytometry, and expand your abilities for specialty applications and techniques.
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For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.