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Accuri Cytometers Adds Automation to Its Revolutionary C6 Flow Cytometer(R) System With Commercial Launch of CSampler(TM)
Date:5/6/2009

t the same demanding principles to the design of CSampler that have proven so successful in our C6 Flow Cytometer System--high performance, reliability, ease-of-use and affordability," said Jennifer Baird, chief executive officer of Accuri. "Launched just a year ago, the Accuri C6 system is receiving outstanding acceptance in the marketplace, as a growing number of scientists discover the benefits of round-the-clock access to high quality flow cytometry. The addition of CSampler now extends the utility of the C6 system to the thousands of laboratories requiring automated multi-well plate analyses, furthering our goal of bringing the power of flow cytometry to every life science researcher."

The Accuri CSampler is compatible with 48- and 96-well microplates and deep-well plates, and also comes with a 24-tube rack for standard 12x75mm test tubes. Users can run multiple experiments in a single plate and apply settings to specific wells or the entire plate, with the ability to construct templates. Accuri's novel polar-coordinates approach enables CSampler to move faster between distant wells than conventional automation systems, and its small, user-installable platform self-aligns. CFlow Sampler software also includes a "Priority Interrupt" function allowing users to interrupt a run and process samples that have to be dealt with immediately, then replace the plate and resume the original run where it left off.

CSampler brings automation capabilities to the Accuri C6 Flow Cytometer System, a full-featured, two-laser, six-detector analytical system that includes the C6 Flow Cytometer, CFlow Plus Software and a Workstation PC. The C6 Flow Cytometer has forward and side-scatter detectors, as well as four fluorescence detectors equipped with user-replaceable optical filters. The operating software is designed to make data collection and analysis fast and hassle-free.

Separately, Accuri announced the opening of its E
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