Microscope Extension Device–valve control

Any inverted microscope can be used with the Valve Control Device.

Viable cells

Following the sorting procedure, one viable cell is delivered to each PCR tube.

Adjustable runs

The number of cells selected in a single run can range between 1 and 1,000.

High-speed imaging

The scanning speed is typically 100-1,000 cells/second, allowing for high-content screening.

High-quality imaging

Computer vision can distinguish between unlabeled and fluorescent cells. Sort cells that have been tagged with fluorescent probes or markers.

Highly modular

Numerous choices for a more personalized experience and a better fit

Software included

For all instruments, user-friendly software with an easy interface is offered, as well as free software upgrades

Modular options

  • Microscope–This can be almost any inverted microscope. Zeiss, Nikon Olympus is recommended
  • Camera–Including Andor, PCO, Flir and Hamamatsu
  • Motorized stage– Depending on size and speed, there are several options, including Prior and Märzhäuser
  • Light source–Prior Lumen 200s for standard use, and Lumencor Spectra is recommended
  • Objective lens–Our standard equipment comes with a 10× lens,while higher magnifications are also possible
  • Levels of motorization–An option for additional Filter turret and Objective Changer (nosepiece)
  • Sample Holder–35 mm Petri dish, Microscope slide, Chamber slides, Standard multi-well plate (i.e., 96 well-plate)
  • Container for Single Cell Deposition - PCR tubes/strips, PCR plates, Mutli-well plates
  • Brightfield or phase contrast illumination: Standard transmitted light source of the microscope

Microscope Extension Device–valve control

Image Credit: CELLSORTER Biotechnology Innovations 

Microscope Extension Device–valve control

Image Credit: CELLSORTER Biotechnology Innovations 

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