Cellular Analysis

BioFlux Systems

Your Lab Partner for Physiological Live Cell Assays

Many physiological processes take place under flow conditions: blood flowing through the vasculature; cancer cells circulating throughout the body; CAR-T cells migrating through the endothelium; biofilms forming in lung infections. Despite this, most research is still conducted in vitro without the presence of flow. BioFlux from Cell Microsystems gives you the ability to introduce physiological shear flow to your research and drug discovery experiments, effectively emulating in vivo conditions and revealing the true biology.
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Application Areas

Shear stress plays an important role in creating physiologically-relevant models to answer fundamental questions in cellular biology. In drug discovery and development, BioFlux helps ensure that only the most promising compounds will be passed through to clinical trials, saving tremendous time and expense versus conventional screening methods.
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How BioFlux works

BioFlux setup with microfluidic channels

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Choose the best BioFlux solution for your needs

BioFlux 200
BioFlux 1000Z
Features
Fits In Hood
N/A
Temperature Control
Well Plate Format
48/24
48/24/6
Microscope Configuration
Adapts to existing
Customizable
Analysis Software
Montage Software
Optional
Parallel Flow Assays
24
24
Phase Flow
2-phase
2-phase
Autofocus
Cameras
User-defined
Epifluorescence
Filter Cubes
User-selected
Onstage Incubator
User-selected
Fluorescence Channels
6
Included Objectives
10X & 20X, 6 positions
Endpoint & Live-Cell Imaging
Automated Plate Scanning
BioFlux systems come in different configurations to match laboratory and project needs. Download the product brochure and the selection guide to research your ideal system.
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Scientific Poster

Culturing endothelial cells under pulsatile flow
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Operation

Bioflux Software
BF100 Stage

Upgrades

Bioflux Upgrades
Ion Channels

Lab Services

BioFlux Lab Services
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Customer Spotlight

Modeling of Catheter-Associated Infection

BioFlux was used in a recent study modeling catheter-associated infection by using BioFlux microfluidics to mimick the in vivo conditions of urinary catheters. In their lab, the BioFlux 200 system has been used to evaluate the efficacy of poloxamers in reducing E. coli adhesion under controllable shear forces by exploiting BioFlux silicone microfluidic flow channels, thus mimicking the in vivo conditions of urinary catheters in terms of both flow conditions and catheter material.