Amnis® Imaging Flow Cytometers Resources

eBook: Imaging Flow Cytometry: Encapsulating Modern Cell Biology

What more can you learn from your cells?

See everything your sample has to reveal with Amnis® imaging flow cytometry. With microscopy, qualitative image data may—or may not—represent the characteristics of your entire cell population.

Traditional flow cytometry provides the statistical power of collecting signal intensity from thousands of cells in flow—but no visual data. Where would your research take you if you could have images and powerful population statistics—from the same sample?

Download our free eBook to learn more about Amnis imaging flow cytometry.

Amnis® Application Notes

The powerful combination of quantitative image analysis and flow cytometry in a single platform creates exceptional new experimental capabilities. The following are just a few of the many ways in which the Amnis® brand ImageStream®X and FlowSight® imaging flow cytometers can bring more power and insight into your research.

Amnis® Research Papers

Scientific progress depends on sharing ideas via peer-reviewed research papers. So the most rigorous measure of any technological innovation may lie in its prevalence in the scientific literature.

We help make the publication of revolutionary research possible, through our Amnis® imaging flow cytometers (IFC). Today, scientists in diverse disciplines are using Amnis®-generated data about cell characteristics to support their groundbreaking research.

To date, over 1,000 papers have been published on the strength of IFC data in publications that include Cell, Nature, Science, Blood, The Journal of Biological Chemistry (JBC ), The Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM), Gastroenterology, PNAS, and many more.

Amnis® imaging flow cytometers are the first instruments to combine the advantages of visual data with unparalleled sensitivity in flow cytometry, using a charge-coupled device (CCD) camera that excels at detecting fluorescent signals while simultaneously providing multicolor images of every cell acquired in flow.

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