1 technology. 4 instruments. Many single-cell applications
Isolate single cells in 96 & 384 well plates. Bright field nozzle imaging with 10x magnification.
Isolate green fluorescent eukaryotic cells in well plates. Bright field and fluorescence imaging. Fully tunable to enable even low intensity samples.
Isolate prokaryotic cells in 96 & 384 well plates. Bright field nozzle imaging with 20x magnification. Sort single bacteria for culture, genomics or mass spec.
Single-cell dispensing working for you
Benefits at a glance
Proof of Clonality
A series of images document proof of single-cell isolation
Very high cell viability
Comparable to standard hand pipetting
Easy to use
No extensive training or calibration required
Thanks to the use of disposable cartridges
c.bird is a high throughput microbioreactor for parallel cultivations in 96-well plates, bringing production bioreactors environments into 150-800 µI microbioreactor scale. It enables earlier identification of the highest producing and most stable clones, reduces later passaging steps and efforts of current scaling up process.
Our innovative plate washer, designed for automated, rapid, and highly reproducible washing of entire 96-, 384-, and 1536-well plates. The C.WASH uses centrifugal forces to remove liquids from well plates without needles or pipette tips. This enables tipless, non-contact washing of cells, ELISA assays, and beads.
Featuring Immediate Drop-on-demand Technology (I.DOT), the I.DOT is a premier solution for noncontact liquid handling tasks. Optimizing your workflow to bring intuitive automation, precision and speed to every lab. The I.DOT significantly reduces the volume of liquid reagents needed.
The lightweight I.DOT Mini optimizes noncontact liquid handling tasks to bring intuitive automation, precision and speed to every lab in a smaller footprint.
The single-cell printer™ (SCP™) is a benchtop-size, automated single-cell dispenser. The open deck offers 2 separate carriers for loading 96- or 384-well plates. The dispensing head, which houses the dispensing unit and optical lens, can be moved freely on a 3-axis robotic stage.
Holds your sample in a small reservoir. From here, cells are transported into the micro-fluidic chip. When the cartridge is loaded, it can simply be attached to the dispenser. The dispensers piezo-electric plunger generates tiny droplets of cell suspension from the cartridge without being in direct contact to the sample.