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How mass cytometry works
Design high-dimensional proteomic panels with this interactive, web-based application that simplifies and optimizes panel design using metal-conjugated antibodies from the Fluidigm catalog and your custom conjugates.Read More
The catalog contains over 400 metal-conjugated antibodies to human and mouse targets covering a wide range of applications including phenotyping, cytokine expression, signaling responses, apoptosis and cell cycle, plus a variety of pre-validated panel kits.Read More
Maxpar™ Sample Prep Buffers and Fluidigm-validated protocols provide optimal mass cytometry staining performance for surface and intracellular targets. Use Cell-ID™ barcoding to increase throughput and decrease sample-to-sample staining variability.Read More
Accelerate discovery through improved performance and a streamlined workflow, driven by a modern, intuitive user interface. Cytobank provides an array of analysis tools, including dot plots, clustering and dimensionality reduction algorithmsRead More
Helios is barcoding enabled. This increases throughput while improving data quality, allowing you to analyze more experimental variables simultaneously.
Mass cytometry employs heavy metal isotope tags to simultaneously measure multiple cellular targets. High-purity metallic isotopes ensure minimal background from signal overlap or endogenous cellular components.
Helios expands the mass cytometry range to 135 channels ensuring comprehensive studies today, and flexibility to scale in the future as new metal tags are developed.
Fluidigm offers metal-tagged antibodies as individual reagents and in preassembled kits targeting specific applications, which can be combined to build high-dimensional proteomic panels for profiling cellular systems.
DISCOVERY WORKFLOW WITH MASS CYTOMETRY
The stable isotopes of these 24 elements provide over 50 unique tags for use in mass cytometry experiments.