AQUIOS Tetra Reagents
Fast, Efficient, High Throughput Lymphocyte Subset Analysis
In the clinical management of immune deficiency diseases, accurately counting the absolute cell numbers of leukocyte subsets and measuring the percentage of individual subtypes in blood is critical. The AQUIOS CL flow cytometer in combination with AQUIOS Tetra reagents provides a Single Platform Technology (SPT) for lymphocyte subset analysis and enumeration without the need for counting beads.
AQUIOS Tetra system tests for simultaneous identification and enumeration of T, B, and NK lymphocytes in whole blood are proven for reliability and precision.
AQUIOS Tetra Features
AQUIOS Tetra Reagents
AQUIOS Tetra-1 and AQUIOS Tetra-2+ are for In Vitro Diagnostic Use. AQUIOS CL with Tetra-1 has been accepted for the World Health Organization list of prequalified in vitro diagnostic products.
AQUIOS Tetra-1 Specifications
|Specificity||CD45, CD4, CD8, CD3|
|Form||FITC, RD1, ECD, PC5|
|Clone||B3821F4A / SFCI12T4D11 / SFCI21Thy2D3 / UCHT1|
|Isotype||IgG2b Mouse / IgG1 Mouse|
|Item Specifications Referenced||B23533|
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AQUIOS CL Tetra and Aged Whole Blood samples
The use of flow cytometric analysis of peripheral whole blood to enumerate lymphocyte subsets is commonly used to assess the immunological status of patients in a wide variety of clinical conditions.
Fast Throughput Subset Analysis with AQUIOS CL
In the clinical management of immune deficiency diseases, accurately counting the absolute cell numbers of leukocyte subsets and measuring the percentage of individual subtypes in blood is critical.
AQUIOS CL Flow Cytometer for CD4 Testing
Sample preparation and data management usually are the major bottlenecks in routine flow cytometry. Even with a semi-automated process, you and your team may spend hundreds of hours per year for tasks that don't add to your laboratory's productivity