Attune NxT Flow Cytometer

The Attune Flow Cytometer Reference Article Database allows you to easily perform keyword searches (i.e., author, cell type, species etc.) to see the latest peer-reviewed publications featuring the award-winning Attune Flow Cytometers from over 800 peer-reviewed scientific publications.

Using this tool you can:

  • Enter any term in the search box to find relevant articles featuring Attune Flow Cytometers. Alternatively use Journal dropdown to see publications citing the use of Attune Flow Cytometers by journal.
  • See how the Attune Flow Cytometer was used.
  • Link directly to Thermo Fisher Scientific products used in the article for easy protocol development.
  • Download the search results showing just the articles you’re interested in; save a copy for yourself and share it with your colleagues.

Use the options below to search our extensive reference database of publications citing the award-winning Attune Flow Cytometers.

Our commitment to excellence

We’re proud to announce this industry recognition. CiteAb, a leading life science data provider, awarded the Attune NxT Flow Cytometer with Flow Cytometer To Watch for 2019.

Flow Cytometer To Watch for 2019 Award

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