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Immunophenotyping microfluidic technology for tumour profiling

Lunaphore has created a microfluidic chip technology that aims to accelerate cancer research by shortening research timeframes and providing easy-to-use technology so that laboratories can perform sophisticated assays.

LabSat Research is an ultra-rapid automated staining instrument based on Lunaphore’s innovative microfluidic technology. It is capable of fast and automated protocols for the simultaneous detection of several markers on a tissue sample within a few minutes, in a highly precise and reproducible manner. This technology breakthrough together with a fully open system brings a flexible solution at the reach of medium and small laboratories.

Pictured is 6-plex immunofluorescence staining of FFPE tonsil (key: DAPI blue, FoxP3 yellow, PD-L1 green, CD68 red, CK orange, PD-1 cyan).

www.lunaphore.ch/product-specifications/labsat-research/

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