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  • Jul 2022

    In a project employing Apogee Flow Systems technology, Alberta based Nanostics Inc. is developing a simple, non-invasive, test for bladder cancer.

    Alberta research team developing simple test for bladder cancer

    Health Matters July 21: Edmonton company Nanostics Inc. is developing a blood or urine test for bladder cancer to help reduce the number of patients who need more invasive diagnostic testing. Now they need people who have never had cancer to volunteer ...

  • Jun 2022
    Apogee at CYTO 2022

    ApogeeFlow will present its products, including novel "Kairos" microfluidic particle sorting technology.

    All visitors welcome at booth #349.

  • Apr 2022
    Microfluidic particle sorting module for ApogeeFlow cytometers

    The first ever application of centripetal liquid dielectrophoretic (cLDEP) force to particle sorting: An electric field plucks chosen particles from the stream with Kairos. The method, invented by ApogeeFlow, requires no moving parts and yields far higher speed and precision than piezoelectric methods.

    User defined regions of interest on the flow cytometer's histograms allow selection of populations of particl...

  • Jun 2021
    Apogee at CYTO 2021

    The following presentation will be at CYTO 2021, June 7-10 2021

    "Calibrations, validations and controls in extracellular vesicle micro-flow cytometric assays"

    By Desmond PINK, Michael Wong, Diana Pham, Arghya Basu, Felicia Foo, Sylvia Koch, Roland Maier, Robert Paproski

  • Feb 2021
    ApogeeFlow is supporting the Canadian Cytometry & Microscopy Association Virtual Meeting: CCMA2021 SRL Perspectives Webcast Series

    Resolving the Small Stuff - Small Particle Flow Cytometry - Wed. Feb 17, 2021 @noon ET

    There is increasing interest in the use of flow cytometry for phenotypic analysis of small particles such as extracellular vesicles and viruses. To detect these small particles, conventional flow cytometers are functioning at the limit of detection. There is currently no consensus on how small particles should be analysed on flow cytometers. This session brings together small particle flow cytomet...

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