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  • Feb 2016
    Visit Apogee at ABRF 2016

    Visit Apogee at ABRF 2016 booth 527 where the newest A50-Micro+ model will be on display. The Micro+ offers uncompromised performance for extracellular vesicle, virus, bacteria and nanoparticle research.

    ABRF 2016 Annual Meeting
    Ft. Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center
    February 20-23, 2016 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

  • Feb 2016
    Apogee Technology used in Cancer Diagnosis
    Scientists at Western University in London, Ontario have been using Apogee flow cytometers to rapidly and effectively test for prostate cancer. Read more here.
  • Feb 2016
    Apogee speaking at the NIH

    Apogee will be giving a presentation at the winter meeting of the NIH Flow Cytometry Interest Group. The theme of this meeting is New Instrument Technology and we will be presenting on current uses of Apogee technology as well as the latest developments by our R&team.

    NIH Flow Cytometry Interest Group (FCIG) Winter Meeting

    Thursday, February 4, 2016
    National Institutes of Health
    Building 45 Natcher Center Balcony B

  • Sep 2015
    A50-Micro is more sensitive in MV detection
    The EURAMET (European Association of National Metrology Institutes) conclusions from the 3 year project "Metrological characterisation of microvesicles from body fluids as non-invasive diagnostic biomarkers" (METVES) validate Apogee's A50-Micro flow cytometer:

    "To be noted, Apogee A50-Micro was developed for small (<1um) particle detection. Thus far, this flow cytometer is more sensitive in MV detection in comparison to other commercially available flow cytometers."...
  • Jun 2015
    The new A50-Micro+ is now in Production
    With no compromises, it is designed for small particle performance. By light scatter alone it resolves 80nm latex beads from noise and particle size differences as small as 10nm. Multiple high sensitivity light scatter and fluorescence detectors allow the study of particles far below the sensitivity limits of conventional flow cytometers. The Micro+ model is for research into extracellular vesicles (microparticles), virus and other nanoparticles.
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