Merck Millipore’s cellular analysis platforms give you instant access to all facets of cellular phenotypes. From simple and quick cell counts, multidimensional cell health assessments, and sophisticated multiparameter measurements on individual cells, Merck Millipore’s cell analysis equipment deliver more predictive and reliable data compared to other cell analysis instrument to enhance your experiments.
Learn more about how our automated, affordable, easy-to-use Cell Analysis platforms help you make faster, more accurate decisions about your experiments, allowing for more productive research. With accurate, intuitive information about your cells, Merck Millipore’s cellular analysis equipment ensure your research success!
Flow Cytometry Cell Imaging & Counting
Scepter™ 2.0 Automated Cell Counter
> Count cells and monitor cell health right in the culture hood with the Scepter™ 2.0 cell counter.
> Qualitatively determine cell health.
> Easily capture, analyze and manipulate data sets with Scepter™ Software Pro
Muse™ Cell Analyzer
> Effortlessly obtain instant, quantitative assessments of cell health, apoptosis, and cell cycle.
> Miniaturized optics, sleek, touchscreen operation and simple sample prep, to make more accurate decisions about your cell analysis experiments
guava easyCyte™ Flow Cytometers
> Easy to operate, 1 to 2 laser formats, for precise and accurate detection of 5 to 8 parameters.
> Intuitive software with open and assay-specific formats provides results with minimal effort
> Choose from reliable single sample loading or fully automated 96-well plate handling
> Obtain high quality results using one of our Flow Cytometry Assays
> Explore some of our latest validated flow cytometry applications
Amnis® Imaging Flow Cytometers
> Combine the statistical power of flow with the functional insights of high resolution microscopy
> Provide images of every cell in flow to advance phenotyping and cellular function analysis
> Highly expandable through field-upgradable options
> Explore some of our latest validated flow imaging applications