iQue and Incucyte Applications
Maximum insights in minimal time
Learn more in less time from your in vitro virology studies. With Incucyte Live-Cell Analysis and iQue3 advanced flow cytometry, optimized reagents, and purpose-built software, you can easily gain deeper insights and accelerate research.
Our Virology Assays are for:
- Anti-viral small molecule and antibody discovery & development
- Vaccine discovery & development
- Pre-clinical antibody measurements to monitor exposure or protection
- Basic research in immune host response
Explore the entire host-pathogen life cycle
From infection to immune response and recovery, discover how our suite of applications can deliver maximum data in less time with less sample.
Infection and Replication
Evaluate the initial immune response, including rates of infection and replication.
Study T-cell activation, resulting antibody titers, and host cell receptor expression.
Rapidly measure T-cell memory, exhaustion, and antibody titer post-infection using minimal sample volumes.
Measure antibody affinity to monitor viral neutralization while concurrently evaluating host cell proliferation.
Advanced Flow Cytometry Assays
Sartorius COVID-19 Partner Program
Sartorius BioAnalytics is partnering with COVID-19 research groups to accelerate disease understanding and therapeutic development using our two unique platforms, the Incucyte Live-Cell Analysis System and iQue3 Advanced Flow Cytometry
Learn how our customers are using the iQue Advanced Flow cytometry platform and Incucyte Live-Cell Analysis system for their virology research.
Our innovative platforms speed time to result, reveal more insight with less sample input, connect to automation systems, and are accessible remotely when not in the lab.
Faster, Smarter Flow Cytometry
iQue3 provides the speed and throughput needed to analyze large numbers of samples in the shortest time in the industry.
Accessible Live-Cell Insights
Incucyte images and analyzes microplates of cells around the clock as they sit stationary in the stable environment of your tissue culture incubator.
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