Union Biometrica, Inc. to exhibit at 24th European Drosophila Research Conference (EDRC 2015) in Heidelberg, Germany
The COPAS FP platform is designed for the measurement of objects ranging in size from 20–1500 microns (diameter). Each of the four COPAS FP models features a fixed, specially engineered fluidic path, flow cell and optics optimized for a specific subset of that size range to provide maximum speed, accuracy, resolution and throughput, depending on the application. Instruments can dispense objects either into bulk receptacles or multiwell plates.
The BioSorter flow cytometer is designed to provide the flexibility for working with samples ranging in sizes from 10 to 1500 microns. These samples can be analyzed and dispensed intact owing to the low sample pressures, low shear forces and the gentle sorting mechanism.
The Large Particle Sampler (LP Sampler) is the only automated sample introduction system designed specifically for gentle handling of large, fragile objects up to 1500 microns in diameter. It is capable of gently aspirating those samples from multiwell plates or a petri dish and delivering them intact and viable to the COPAS FP or BioSorter systems.
The meeting will be held at Kongresshaus Stadthalle Heidelberg. More information regarding the meeting is available at: http://www.edrc2015.unitt.de/532/dboutput/stdoutput.hei?table=eventpages&context=532&nr=5759&lang=1&context=532&card=heises.10586bb54e4397590a36716b3336662d
About Union Biometrica, Inc.
Large Particle Flow Cytometry for Gentle Sorting -- Union Biometrica offers tools for high throughput research of bead based assays, stem cells and cell clusters (iPS cells and embryoid bodies as well as other types of large cells / cell clusters) plus model organisms (Drosophila embryos and larvae, early stages of zebrafish, C.elegans, sea urchin embryos, Xenopus eggs and embryos, Daphnia, various marine larvae and zooplankton). We provide Large Particle Flow Cytometers (COPAS and BioSorter) for objects that are too large / too fragile for traditional cytometers and offer an alternative to manual sorting. These systems analyze and sort objects based on size and fluorescent parameters. Automating this process offers increased speed, sensitivity, quantification, and repeatability of experiments.
Peer reviewed journal papers and application notes referencing the sorting of small plant models using our BioSorter and COPAS instruments can be viewed via the links below.
• D. melanogaster (fruit fly): http://www.unionbio.com/publications/publication.aspx?id=31