Member since: 2017
Organization: National Health Laboratory Service
Application Area: Transplantation diagnostics
"The instrument is high thoughout, easy to use, reliable, and sensitive. I also like that any number of analytes can be analysed in a single well."
Member since: 2010
Organization: City of Hope National Medical Center and Beckman Research Institute Department of Cancer Genetics and Epigenetics 1500 E Duar
Great result. I cannot live without it.
Application Area:To measure cytokines in cells
"High quality and sensitive detection of cytokines and chemokines. Well priced."
Member since: 2014
Organization: Texas Biomedical Research Institute
Application Area:Metabolic profiling
"This instrument has been very reliable for the 10 years we have had it. The customer service from Luminex is immediate and comprehensive."
Member since: 2014
Organization: Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana
Application Area:HLA antibodies, HLA typing
"This easy-to-use device has revolutionized the field of anti-HLA antibody testing and is increasingly applied for HLA typing in most H&I laboratories around the world."
Member since: 2013
Application Area:HLA TYPING
"Luminex 200 flow cytometry system is a good choice for HLA typing. Easy, fast and good HLA-SSO typing results which are compatible with SSP detection."
The Luminex® 200™ detects up to 100 protein or nucleic acid analytes from a single aliquot of sample in a single reaction well, enabling you to generate more data while saving sample, time, and reagents. With more than 11,000 units sold globally to date, the Luminex 100/200 is the established standard in multiplexing instrumentation.
The xMAP® multiplexing platform is composed of an instrument and associated reagents:
The Luminex 200 instrument is based on the principles of flow cytometry, which integrates key xMAP detection components such as lasers, optics, fluidics, and high-speed digital signal processors.
xMAP microspheres are a family of fluorescently dyed carboxylated polystyrene microspheres that act as both the surface for the solution phase assay and the spectral identifier that the instrument detects. The open architecture of xMAP Technology enables users to build custom multiplex assays or select from a broad menu commercially available kits.