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Multiplex Phenotype and Function from Less Sample in Record Time


Flow cytometry is a powerful and well-established tool to identify and characterize cells and beads in solution. As with most technologies it has limitations, traditionally in assay throughput, automated data analysis capabilities, sample/reagent volume requirements, and ease-of-use.


The Intellicyt® iQue Screener PLUS platform and application kits help researchers overcome these limitations.


The Platform enables simultaneous evaluation of cells and proteins using less sample while providing actionable multi-parametric data in record time. Gain deeper insights into your data when performing antibody discovery, immune cell analysis, or cytokine profiling and move forward with confidence.


The Intellicyt iQue Screener PLUS Advantage:


Speed


Miniaturization


Content


Usability


Insight


Go from sample to actionable insights in minutes. Visit intellicyt.com


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