Z-movi

z-Movi™ High-throughput Label-free Cell Interaction Studies

The z-Movi™ is the only instrument that can directly measure the avidity, or overall strength of interaction between cells  (e.g., CAR-T and target tumor cells) or between cells and ligands (e.g., TCR-ligand interactions).
 
Introduced in 2018, this new technology based on acoustic waves paves the way for the study of yet unexplored avenues in basic and translational research, impacting applications where cell-cell interactions are key, including immunotherapy, antigen presentation, therapeutic antibodies, vaccination, immunological synapse and cellular adhesion. … Continue Reading

C-Trap™ Optical Tweezers Fluorescence & Label-free Microscopy

The C-Trap™ is the world’s first instrument that allows simultaneous manipulation and visualization of molecular interactions in real-time. It combines high-resolution optical tweezers, confocal microscopy or STED nanoscopy with an advanced microfluidics system in a truly integrated and correlated solution. … Continue Reading

m-Trap™ Optical Tweezers

The m-Trap™ is the first entry-level optical tweezers instrument specifically developed for high resolution single-molecule research. Ultra-high force resolution and stability, with incredible throughput, ease of use and modularity ‒ all at an unprecedented price level. … Continue Reading

u-Flux™ Laminar Flow Microfluidics

Acoustic Force Spectrosocpy (AFS™) is a new single-molecule and single-cell manipulation method capable of applying acoustic forces on hundreds of biomolecules in parallel for precise experimentation with high throughput. … Continue Reading

AFS™ Parallel Single-Molecule Force Spectroscopy

AFS™ Parallel Single-Molecule Force Spectroscopy

Acoustic Force Spectrosocpy (AFS™) is a new single-molecule and single-cell manipulation method capable of applying acoustic forces on hundreds of biomolecules in parallel for precise experimentation with high throughput. It enables scientists to probe thousands of individual molecules in parallel (such as RNA, DNA, proteins, and living cells), allowing statistical analysis of the mechanical properties of biological properties of biological systems based on a single experiment. … Continue Reading