AQUIOS CL Flow Cytometry System

The first true Load & Go flow cytometer

Sample preparation and data management usually are the major bottlenecks in routine flow cytometry. Even with a semi-automated process, you and your team may spend hundreds of hours per year for tasks that don't add to your laboratory's productivity.

  • Work with a system that combines sample preparation and analysis in one compact platform.
  • Provide a 24/7 flow cytometry service as the AQUIOS CL can be run by less experienced operators. 
  • Increase productivity with high-throughput performance that eliminates many of the least efficient features of existing systems. 
  • Minimize the potential for user error inherent in existing systems that require numerous manual steps to set up and run. 
  • Discover the AQUIOS Tetra System for Lymphocyte Subset Analysis, AQUIOS PLG or CD4 testing or automate your own user-defined assay with AQUIOS Designer Software.
  • AQUIOS CL Safety Features for Handling Potentially Biohazardous Sample Material

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AQUIOS Tetra Application Gating Strategy The AQUIOS CL flow cytometer is intended for use as a Single Platform Technology (SPT) for lymphocyte subset analysis and enumeration
Daily Quality Control on the AQUIOS CL System for the Tetra Application Flow cytometry, especially immunophenotyping by flow cytometry, is used routinely in the diagnosis prognosis and monitoring of disease
University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) Workflow Comparison Study with the Aquios CL Flow Cytometer Many traditional flow cytometry systems, such as the current Becton Dickinson FACSCalibur™ with SPA II, require either manual or semi-automated preparation of samples, manual creation of worklists, manual data review, and manual tabulation of numerical data
London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) Workflow Comparison Study with the Aquios CL Flow Cytometer The flow cytometry laboratory at Victoria Hospital is situated within a tertiary care academic institution, London Health Sciences Centre
Evaluation of the Analytical Performance of the Aquios CL Flow Cytometer in a Multicenter Study Authors: Diana Careaga, Robert Magari, Karen Lo, Michael Keeney, Ben Hedley, Dominika Benjamins, Dr. You-Wen Qian, Larry Hinson, Cristina Ceja, Alexandra Amador Casiana Fernandez-Bango, Rosa Colon, Oilda Rubio, Eileen Landrum, Justin Rohrbach, Robert Ortega, Ana Vieira, Dawn Holmes, Raquel Cabana, Pedro Diaz and Liliana Tejidor | Beckman Coulter Diagnostics, Inc., Clinical Research, Miami, Florida, London Health Sciences Centre, London, Ontario, Canada, The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, Florida

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