Up to 4 fluorescent channel and one bright field analysis in the same time
13 different fluorescent analysis combinations
User Friendly Cell Analysis Protocols
Trypan blue Protocols:Obtain cell count, viability and concentration estimations based on trypan blue staining using a disposable consumable.
AO/PI Viability Protocol: Run two fluorescence color assays in disposable consumable to determine the percentages of live, dead cells and concentration in the presents of debris and unwanted nonnucleated cell types including red blood cells.
Affinityof Antibody:This assay run as Green color assays in FITC binding antibody to determine the affinity of the biosimilar drug.
Surface Marker Assay:Quantify specific cell populations based on surface marker expression (CD45+ CD4+, CD8 + MSC, CD56+ NK cells, etc.)
Cell Cycle:Propidium iodide (PI) is a nuclear staining dye that is frequently applied in measuring cell cycle. The protocol determining cellular DNA content in cell cycle analysis
Cell Apoptosis:Cell Apoptosis assay is a type used for determining the apoptosis percentage of cells by Annexin V-FITC/7-ADD staining method.
GFP transfection:The green fluorescent protein (GFP) exhibits bright green fluorescence when exposed to light in the blue to ultraviolet range. This protocol can analyze counting and percentage of GFP.
Celling Killing:Run three fluorescence color assays in disposable consumable to determine the CAR T/NK-Mediated Cytotoxicity using Tracer and Viability Dyes
GMP and 21 CFR part 11 ready
Make a detailed record of any changes, edits, deletions, adjustments, etc. Electronic records cannot be deleted, including administrators. Electronic records include date, time, user name, machine serial number, and user’s actions
FCS Express Software
The optional DeNovoTMFCS Express software makes graphs touchable and customizable fluorescence channel boost your experiment reach. Countstar Rigel S6 together with FCS Express is able to analyze for the cell apoptosis, cell cycle, transfection, affinity of antibody, CD marker and etc.