DxFLEX Flow Cytometer

The DxFLEX Flow Cytometer streamlines high-complexity testing with a 13-color* capability and new detector technology for easier compensation. Our innovative APD (avalanche photodiode) detectors offer advanced sensitivity and improve your diagnostic accuracy and keep your lab at the forefront of clinical flow cytometry.

High-Complexity Testing Made Easy

  • Simplified compensation procedure (gain-independent compensation)
  • More information per tube with up to 13 colors*

Advanced Sensitivity and Resolution

  • Separation of dim populations
  • Easier and robust gating

Compact Design

  • Saves lab space
  • No compressor cart

*In the US, the DxFLEX flow cytometer is cleared for 10-color in vitro diagnostic use with the ClearLLab 10C Reagent System. Fluorescence channels FL11-FL13 and all other applications are for Research Use Only.

DxFLEX Flow Cytometer Features

A compact design, intuitive software, up to 13-color detection and an enhanced optical path for increased sensitivity ensure accurate results and makes flow cytometry data collection easy even for novice users.

Simplified compensation

The gains of the APD detectors used in the DxFLEX flow cytometer can be calibrated for a linear response – leading to the predictability of the signals.

  • A Compensation matrix obtained at one gain setting can be used to recalculate the matrix for experiments at different gain settings that are in the linear range.

Advanced sensitivity and resolution

One hallmark of APD detectors is the high quantum efficiency in excess of 80%, especially for red / far red wavelengths. Higher quantum efficiency leads to less noise and reduced data spreading.

  • Higher sensitivity and resolution help reduce dependency on the panel design.

Analyze millions of cells per run

The DxFLEX flow cytometer helps you to analyze large cell populations with up to 25M events/file and 30K events/sec.

  • Find the "needle in the haystack."

Paperless data transmission

Bi-directional LIS connectivity for transferring Specimen ID and test request from the LIS to the DxFLEX instrument, and sending results back to the LIS.

  • Full connectivity for the digital world.

Introducing the DxFLEX Flow Cytometer

 

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Streamline Leukemia and Lymphoma* Analysis

* For Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma only

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Content and Resources

DxFLEX Flow Cytometer Brochure Add More Colors Without Adding More Concerns
DxFLEX Flow Cytometer Technical Specifications - cFDA Version Technical specifications for the DxFLEX flow cytometer including the optional autoloader module - cFDA Version
Using CytExpert for DxFLEX Software for User Management and Process Control Important functions for any clinical flow cytometry lab.
DxFLEX Gain-independent Compensation The linearity of APDs means that a compensation matrix obtained at one gain setting can be used for experiments at different gain settings.

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