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CyFlow® Cube 8

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High Performance Flow Cytometry System

This internationally awarded, truly stand-alone Flow Cytometer is ultra-compact and uniquely designed for all applications in cell analysis and absolute counting. With the CyFlow® Cube 8, accurate and cost-effective flow cytometry is offered by employing 8 optical parameters within an instrument size of only 50x47x35.5 cm. Forward Scatter (FSC) and Side Scatter (SSC) work in combination with 6 fluorescence channels (FL1-FL6). An optional, built-in CyFlow® Sorter module for diamond-piezo-based, closed, non-destructive and non-hazardous cell and particle sorting is available.

•    High-performance, bench-top design with fully-integrated fluidics, built-in PC, and a 19" TFT monitor
•    Choice of 488, 638, 407, 355, 375, 532, 561, 594, 785 nm lasers
•    Optional high power 365 nm UV LED for highest resolution DNA analysis with CV ≤ 1%
•    Superior fluorescence sensitivity: ≤ 100 MESF (FITC) | ≤ 50 MESF (PE)
•    Superior nanotechnology: small particle detection <50 nm
•    Flexible and modular CyFlow® Cube system configurations
•    Optional CyFlow® Sorter for closed, non-destructive, non-hazardous cell and particle sorting with the highest purity
•    Optional CyFlow® Robby autoloader for well plates and tubes
•    Unique price/performance ratio

Product CyFlow® Cube 8
Company Partec GmbH
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Otto-Hahn-Str. 32 48161 Münster German

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