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Flow cytometer instruments, antibodies, and reagents from Bio-Rad give you the confidence to do more. The ZE5 Cell Analyzer is a flow cytometer that lets you expand your panels to look at more markers in your precious samples and run automated large-scale screening and validation experiments. The compact S3e Cell Sorter is a flow cytometer that brings FACS to your lab and lets you isolate pure, viable cells anytime for CRISPR, NGS, and single-cell analysis applications. Pair these instruments with our ever-expanding flow cytometry antibody library to make your experiments come alive and give you confidence in your data.
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Flow Cytometer Instruments
ZE5 Cell Analyzer
An innovative flow cytometer with flexible configurations to meet a broad range of experimental complexities and throughput needs – accessible for novice flow cytometry users yet flexible enough for the most experienced flow cytometry professionals.
S3e Cell Sorter
The first truly walk-away automated FACS flow cytometer engineered for ease of use – ideally suited for sorting cells expressing fluorescent proteins or labeled with common flow cytometry dyes.
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Flow Cytometry Antibodies and Reagents
Bio-Rad has a wide range of flow cytometry-validated antibodies, viability dyes, and other reagents to complement our instrumentation. With a varied selection of excitation and emissions to choose from, Bio-Rad has the right reagents for your cell sorting and cell-based assays.
- scRNA‑Seq paired with high‑speed cell sorting reveals previously hidden quiescent stem cell subset within rare HSPC population
- A 16-color flow cytometry panel to monitor checkpoint inhibitor expression and T-cell exhaustion following treatment with the PD1 inhibitor nivolumab
- Fast and Furious Flow Cytometry – Primary contributors to instrument speed, sample handling, and event rate