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Guava® easyCyte Flow Cytometers

Guava easyCyte Flow CytometersGuava benchtop microcapillary flow cytometers now provide up to 14 parameters of detection, with more powerful violet, blue, green, and red lasers for exceptional sensitivity to enable detection of small particles and rare signals.

Advantages of Guava Flow Cytometers

Compared to traditional sheath fluid-based instruments, Guava systems consume less sample, produce less liquid waste (<50mL in 8 hours of continuous use), and are easier to use.

Other advantages shared by all Guava instruments:

  • Automated sampling option handles 96-well plates or tubes
  • Cost-effective single sample-loading option
  • Microcapillary enables direct, absolute cell counts – no need for reference beads
  • Laser and detector configurations are compatible with many fluorochromes
  • Intuitive InCyte™ software makes it easy to import settings, set gates, construct dose response curves, and use heat maps to compare plate-based experiments

What instrument type, laser configuration, and options are the best suited to your lab, your budget, and your research needs? Ask to be contacted by one of our cellular specialists, who can guide you to the best solution, and refer to the instrument comparison table below.

Guava Instrument Comparison Table (Laser Configurations)

  Wavelength of Excitation Laser
Model of Guava easyCyte instrument 405 nm 488 nm
(50 mW)
488 nm
(150 mW)
532 nm 642 nm
5, 5HT        
5HPL, 5HPL HT        
6-2L, 6HT-2L      
8, 8HT      
BG, BG HT      
11, 11HT      
BGR, BGR HT    
12, 12HT    
BGV, BGV HT    

 

Since 1998, Guava® benchtop flow cytometers have been helping scientists obtain insightful cellular analysis




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