MACSQuant® X Flow Cytometer by Miltenyi Biotec B.V. & Co. KG

Manufacturer Miltenyi Biotec B.V. & Co. KG  |   Model: 130-105-100  |  Available Worldwide
Engineered from the ground up as a compact flow cytometer, the MACSQuant® X was made to provide speed and reliability in high-throughput screening. It allows you to get more data, in less time, with less effort. Perfect for laboratories that want to maximize efficiency, while enjoying the certainty of getting reliable results from every tube, 96- or 384-well plate. The MACSQuant X has been designed to meet high-throughput cell analysis needs for the most challenging large-scale screening


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MACSQuant X Flow Cytometer
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Engineered from the ground up as a compact flow cytometer, the MACSQuant® X was made to provide speed and reliability in high-throughput screening. It allows you to get more data, in less time, with less effort. Perfect for laboratories that want to maximize efficiency, while enjoying the certainty of getting reliable results from every tube, 96- or 384-well plate. The MACSQuant X has been designed to meet high-throughput cell analysis needs for the most challenging large-scale screening settings.

Technology highlight 

  • Integration with liquid handling systems and plate hotels
  • Capable of processing up to 9,200 samples per day (96-well plate within 15 minutes, 384-well plate in under 60 minutes)
  • Orbital and needle mixing ensure consistency and accuracy in assay performance and cell counting
     

Simplified data analysis tools 

Express Modes are unique add-on features for the MACSQuantify™ Software. They are standardized data analysis tools that are optimized to automate flow cytometric measurements and analyses via predefined experiment settings, acquisition, and automated gating. Derived from mathematical algorithms, they reduce human error and therefore increase experimental reproducibility.