Bigfoot Spectral Cell Sorter

Flexibly designed by cell sorting experts for a broad range of sorting applications

Flexibly designed by cell sorting experts for a broad range of sorting applications

The Invitrogen Bigfoot Spectral Cell Sorter is designed to expand your reach while fitting your workflow. With up to 9 lasers and 60 detectors, you can run your existing experiments using conventional compensation, or take advantage of the spectral unmixing capabilities to resolve even more cell populations. Integrated biocontainment and aerosol management help protect you and your samples.

 

With sort rates exceeding 70,000 events per second, the system can sort a 96-well plate in less than 8 seconds and a 384-well plate in less than 11 seconds. Simple enough for an individual lab, and robust enough for a core facility, the Bigfoot Spectral Cell Sorter will help you master the full range of sorting experiments, from sorting cells labeled with fluorescent proteins to deep immunophenotyping, genomics, cell and gene therapy research, and other high-performance, high-throughput applications.

Capabilities


Conventional or spectral analysis

Migrate your flow cytometry experiments and protocols directly using conventional compensation, or apply spectral unmixing to expand your parameters and discovery.

Flexible cell types and sorting applications

Sample from your choice of tubes and sort into tubes, plates, slides, or a genomics chip. Especially well suited for applications requiring high performance and high-throughput.

Automation and software wizards

Advanced automation and Sasquatch software wizards and tools allow operators with all levels of knowledge to control the system with confidence and ease.

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.

 

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.