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Amnis Imaging Flow Cytometers

ImageStreamx MkII

imagestream.pngImaging Flow Cytometer

The revolutionary ImageStream®X Mk II Imaging Flow Cytometer combines the speed, sensitivity, and phenotyping abilities of flow cytometry with the detailed imagery and functional insights of microscopy. This unique combination enables a broad range of applications that would be impossible using either technique alone.

The ImageStreamX Mk II System is a benchtop, multispectral, imaging flow cytometer designed for the acquisition of up to 12 channels of cellular imagery. By collecting large numbers of digital images per sample and providing a numerical representation of image-based features, the ImageStreamX Mk II combines the per cell information content provided by standard microscopy with the statistical significance afforded by large sample sizes common to standard flow cytometry. With the ImageStreamX Mk II System, fluorescence intensity measurements are acquired as with a conventional flow cytometer; however, the best applications for the ImageStreamX Mk II take advantage of the system's imaging abilities to locate and quantitate the distribution of signals on in or between cells.


  • Fast: Can analyse up to 5,000 cells per second with real-time intensity compensation. Ideal for rare cell analysis.
  • Easy-to-use: The intuitive user interface provides real-time plotting and graphical gating, as well as images of every cell. The easy to use compensation wizard quickly guides you through set up of multi-colour compensation matrices.
  • Flexible:  Accepts up to 7 lasers and works with sample volumes of 20-200 uL for added experimental flexibility. Perfect for multi-user laboratories.
  • Efficient: Fluidics that provide up to 95% sample utilisation when every cell is required. Recover unused sample for further analysis when orthogonal methods are required.
  • Adaptable: The modular design allows the system to grow with your research needs and budget through a broad range of field-installable options.

Research Areas:

  • Immunology
  • Oncology
  • Biochemistry
  • Drug Discovery
  • Stem Cell Biology
  • Hematology
  • Microbiology
  • Virology
  • Nanotechnology
  • Toxicology
  • Oceanography
  • Parasitology




flowsight.transparency.pngCompact Flow Cytometer with Vision

The FlowSight Imaging Flow Cytometer provides exceptional sensitivity, as well as images of every cell in up to 10 fluorescent channels at up to 4,000 events per second. A proprietary CCD camera, coupled with patented detection technology, yields fluorescence sensitivity that is at least ten times that of PMT-based flow cytometers across all channels.


  • Capable: Sensitive and flexible for ever need
  • Intuitive: Easy to use, with imagery for every cell
  • Visual: Quantitative imaging
  • Affordable: Designed and priced for every lab




cellstream_300x300.png Ultra-high Sensitivity and Flexibility

The Amnis® CellStream® benchtop flow cytometry system from Luminex is a highly-customisable and compact flow cytometer that is the first to use a camera for detection. Only recently has the importance of extracellular vesicles as key mediators of intercellular communication been appreciated.


  • Unparalleled Sensitivity: The CellStream Flow Cytometry System delivers high fluorescence sensitivity with MESF <10 for FITC and MESF <5 for PE
  • 1 to 7 Laser Capacity: The CellStream System can be configured with 1 to 7 lasers. Laser upgrades are easily performed in the lab with no downtime.
  • Unique Event Gallery Software Feature: This unique camera-enabled feature of the CellStream Acquisition Software allows for population verification, aids in troubleshooting, and resolves doublets.
  • Standard 96-well Plate AutoSampler: All CellStream Systems are equipped for both single tubes and 96-well plates. On-board fluidics handle all mixing and rinsing steps to give you walkaway, high throughput acquisition
  • Patented Optics Technology: The CellStream Flow Cytometry System contains patented time delay integration (TDI) and camera technology to rapidly capture low-resolution cell images and transform these into high throughput intensity data.



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