Stratedigm intros four-laser flow cytometry platform


The S1000Ex four-laser flow cytometry platform from Stratedigm (San Jose, CA) uses the company’s Smart Detect architecture to enable simultaneous detection of up to 14 colors. It enables the use of a single integrated PMT/electronics module for detecting multiple colors with similar wavelength emissions, but by using different excitation lasers.

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Stratedigm announces the launch of the “Ex” 14 color upgrade kit for its S1000 flow cytometers

Stratedigm announces the release of its 4 laser/14 color flow cytometry analyzer. This platform complements the company's other 2 flow cytometers the SE500 and S1000.

Stratedigm announces the start of the commercial shipment of its S1000Ex flow cytometers.  The “Ex” upgrade is based on Stratedigm’s most advanced technology to date.  It uses the company’s patent pending Smart DetectTM architecture to enable the simultaneous detection of up to 14 colors.  The Ex upgrade is compatible with any of Stratedigm’s S1000 analyzers.  Stratedigm’s Smart DetectTM technology represents one of the biggest advances in the field of flow cytometry in the past two decades.  It enables the use of a single integrated PMT/electronics module for the detection of multiple flours with similar emissions wave lengths, but different excitation lasers.  This new paradigm in optical detection will provide the cytometry market with multi-color analyzers capable of enhanced performance at lower prices than conventional products.  With the release of the S1000Ex, “Stratedigm will focus its product development efforts on completing its line of automation platforms scheduled to hit the market later this year” noted Shervin Javadi, Stratedigm’s CEO.

About Stratedigm: Stratedigm offers its customers ultra-reliable, easy to use, state-of-the-art flow cytometers based on several decades of experience in flow cytometry and high technology product development. The company offers 3 flow cytometry platforms, SE500 - a 2 laser/4 color analyzer, S1000 - a configurable 4 laser/8 color analyzer and S1000Ex - a configurable 4 laser/14 color analyzer. All platforms have a footprint of 21"x21" and industry leading sensitivity. 

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Posted by Lee Mather

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