Attune Flow Cytometers are compact benchtop cell-analyzers that can be configured with up to 4 spatially-separated lasers to flexibly design, run, and analyze panels of up to 14 colors. Uniquely powerful acoustic technology avoids clogging, and dramatically reduces cell preparation and processing times, even for troublesome large cells and dissociated tissue masses. The systems attain sample through-put rates of 1,000 µL/min, 10x times faster than traditional cytometers without compromising data integrity. Attune Cytometric Software makes the system easy-to-use with an optional module for 21 CFR part 11 compliance.


The Attune CytPix model includes a high-speed brightfield camera to capture images of cell populations as you acquire flow data. Combined with integrated image processing software to measure over 25 derived image parameters, the Attune CytPix enables researchers to correlate morphology data with flow cytometric parameters and gain novel insights into their sample biology. Gates can be adjusted to exclude aggregates, coincident events, debris, and unwanted cells.

Automated Image Analysis with the Attune CytPix flow cytometer

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Attune cell analyzer capabilities

Acoustic focusing cytometry

Sound waves allow precise cell-alignment, resulting in exceptional data quality and throughput.

10X faster sample throughput

Sample throughput is 10x faster in the Attune Flow Cytometers over competitors, measured as protocol completion at maximum speed.

Educational videos and webinars

Learn more from researchers who use Attune Flow Cytometers in their labs

FREE—Flow Cytometry Panel Design Service and Panel Builder Tool

Our scientists will design panels for you as many times you need—free of charge, no product purchase needed.

Workflow automation options

Pair your Attune flow cytometer with an autosampler for increased workflow efficiency, and add robotic integration for maximum throughput.

Spectral Flow Cytometry Fundamentals

Learn about the history of spectral flow cytometry, the players in the marketplace, and the technological differences among spectral instrumentation. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced user, these fundamentals will help you conceptualize advances in spectral flow cytometry and how to think about designing experiments for a spectral cytometer.


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