• Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
  • Multiplex array analysis is a powerful technique enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of multiple analytes in a single sample. Using color coded microspheres, these tests can be carried out at flow cytometers. Cyto-Plex microspheres provide up to ten levels of red fluorescent intensities for analysis of ten different analytes. The Cyto-Plex microsphere kits consist of uniform particles with fluorescence intensities that are completely separated from each other. The microspheres are all the same size and have high-density carboxylated surfaces, providing very low non-specific binding and a consistent, uniform surface for coupling of a wide variety of anitbodies, nucleic acids and other biomolecules. Cyto-Plex microspheres have maximum emission at 700 nm, and can be excited with either 488 nm or 633 nm. Emission can be collected in 650 – 670 nm detector. Since there is little or no emission in FL1 and FL2, probes utilizing either of these channels can be effectively used as reporters.
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  • Power-Bind™ Streptavidin particles bind a varying range of biotinylated ligands, including DNA/RNA, oligos, antibodies and proteins. These articles show high and stable biotin binding capacities and address the concerns of diagnostic test kit manufacturers and nucleic acid researchers. The microparticles reduce serum matrix effects and improve assay accuracy, resulting in low, non-specific binding of serum proteins and other interfering substances.
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