Simoa HD-1 Analyzer by Quanterix

Manufacturer Quanterix
3.7
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The Simoa HD-1 analyzer leverages a unique, low-cost “smart” disc developed by Sony DADC to create high density arrays of 40 femtoliter microwells. Each Simoa Disc contains 24 flow cells, each with an array of 200,000 microwells. Following assay, a suspension of analyte capture beads from each sample is passed through a flow cell and across an array (one array per sample) for signal detection. The microwells are just large enough to contain a single bead, allowing for detection of signal from si... Read more


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Average Rating: 3.7
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4 out of 5
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3 out of 5
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  • Ease of use
    4 out of 5
    After sales service
    4 out of 5
    Value for money
    3 out of 5
Rating: 3.7

"Claims to be more sensitive instrument but it looks like it depends on assay to assay. May be some assays are not better than MSD."

Review date: 07 Jul 2015 | Simoa HD-1 Analyzer

The Simoa HD-1 analyzer leverages a unique, low-cost “smart” disc developed by Sony DADC to create high density arrays of 40 femtoliter microwells. Each Simoa Disc contains 24 flow cells, each with an array of 200,000 microwells. Following assay, a suspension of analyte capture beads from each sample is passed through a flow cell and across an array (one array per sample) for signal detection. The microwells are just large enough to contain a single bead, allowing for detection of signal from single molecules of labeled analyte.