MICROFLUIDICS. MEGA INSIGHTS.
Get big answers with micro-sized technology
Microfluidics technology empowers you to easily create the approach that’s right for you, so you can find the answers you are looking for and even what you didn’t know was there.
Simplifying your workflow through nanoscale automation maximizes efficiency and provides the flexibility to scale your projects with increased data output. This allows you to adjust your experimental plan to match your needs and your interests with microfluidics-based PCR and NGS library preparation.
Welcome to the power of micro.
NEW FEATURED INSTRUMENT
X9™ Real-Time PCR System
More Data. Deeper Insights. Less Effort.
An innovative high-capacity genomics system for superior efficiency
Our integrated fluidic circuits (IFCs) have reduced reaction volumes, meaning you use less of your precious samples and reagents.
Scalable sample and target options allow from 144 to 9,216 individual reactions per run without the need to change platforms.
Precision-manufactured IFCs support different configurations of samples and assays for a broad range of applications and the ability to quickly modify or add to an assay.
Automated, streamlined workflows provide the added benefits of time savings, ease of use and standardization.
HOW IT WORKS
Every Standard BioTools™ IFC contains a network of fluid lines, chambers and Nanoflex™ valves, rubber membranes that deflect under pressure to pinch off the flow of fluids in a microchannel. The movement, mixing and reactions of samples and reagents are controlled within the chambers of the IFC using microscopic gates, resulting in a closed system that eliminates many individual pipetting steps and has low contamination risk with high reliability. Samples and assays are loaded separately and then combined in a pairwise manner to create unique individual reactions.
Easy-to-configure complex panels mean fewer design iterations and more time saved. Our D3™ Assay Design Group can also assist you in creating custom assay panels.
About 2 µL of sample can be used for 384 targets, resulting in more than 9,000 reactions and helping you to conserve your precious materials.
Thousands of nanoliter-scale inlets help your sample go hundreds of times further than with a 96-well plate. Scale throughput without changing technologies, and add, remove or replace assays on demand.
Analyze your results with intuitive software.
See the Nanoflex valves at work and take a look at how an IFC automatically distributes and mixes samples and assays in nanoliter volumes, using less sample and less reagent, reducing cost and maximizing output.
The PCR Advantage: How the Biomark HD System Enhances the TruGraf Gene Expression Test for Kidney Rejection
In this webinar, Juston Weems, PhD, Director of Research and Development for Transplant Genomics, and Standard BioTools will present recently published data on how moving the TruGraf® test to the Biomark HD platform improved specimen collection, assay speed and accuracy, and dramatically improved the sensitivity of the test.
What Can Microfluidics Do for You? Nanoscale Automation of Genomics Workflows Now All on One Platform: Biomark X
In this webinar, David King, SVP and Head of Genomics R&D for Standard BioTools, discusses how our newest real-time PCR microfluidics platform simplifies genomic workflows through nanoscale automation to maximize efficiency and cost savings.
Webinar: Genomics Workflows and Applications for the New Standard BioTools Biomark X
In this webinar, Luke Stewart, Director, Field Applications, discusses how liquid-handling robotics can be used in Dynamic Array™ workflows, reviews published real-world application examples and includes Dynamic Array performance data on Biomark X™.
The Standard BioTools Become an Expert: SPARK E-Seminar Series
Register now for this free E-Seminar Series, presented by the Standard BioTools team of scientists. In sessions lasting less than 20 minutes you will learn from our experts and hear how microfluidics technology is being applied around the world to spark breakthroughs in multiple applications.
Join us for one of our upcoming events or watch on demand.
Dec 05 - Dec 08
BSI (British Society for Immunology) Congress in Liverpool, England
Dec 07 - Dec 08
Digital Pathology & AI Congress in London, England
IMC Forum: Considerations for High-Plex Imaging Data Analysis Session II
Scientist in the Spotlight - Samarth Mathur, Ecology and Organismal Biology Department at Ohio State University
Jan 05 - Jan 06
Flow Cytometry Facilities Meeting 2023 in London, UK
Jan 13 - Jan 18
PAG 30 (Plant and Animal Genome Conference) in San Diego, CA
Jan 19 - Jan 20
DRFZ (German Rheumatism Research Centre) 6th German Mass Cytometry User Forum in Berlin, Germany
Feb 01 - Feb 03
3rd Swiss Cytometry Meeting in Zürich, Switzerland
Mar 05 - Mar 10
DGfI Spring School on Immunology in Ettal, Bavaria
Mar 07 - Mar 09
GPZ/GPW (Working Group Seed Science and Certification) & VDLUFA (Section IV Seeds) Seed Symposium 2023 in Nossen, Germany
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