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Cell Microsystems Acquires Fluxion Biosciences to Broaden Cell Analysis Product and Services Portfolio. Read the Press Release

At Fluxion, we’re passionate about delivering cell-based solutions that facilitate the transformation of research discoveries into new ways to diagnose and treat patients. By characterizing molecular and cellular mechanisms of disease, Fluxion’s platforms help bridge the translational medicine gap, enabling rapid advances in disease research, drug discovery, and the development of diagnostic tests.

Cellular Analysis

BioFlux DCIS


Fully integrated digital cell imaging system designed to simplify demanding cell-based assays


Looking for a simple, fully integrated solution? The BioFlux DCIS integrates the BioFlux controller with a digital microscope, fluorescence, and two cameras. The easy-to-use live cell imaging system been designed with advanced capabilities to simplify demanding cell-based imaging applications with convenience and flexibility.

BioFlux DCIS



Fits in Hood

48/24/6 Well-plate format

BioFlux Analysis Software (included)

24 Flow assays and 96 flow assays with Quattro

Monochrome & color cameras

DAPI, GFP, RFP filter cubes

Onstage incubator (optional)

10X & 20X included objectives, 5 positions

Automated plate scanning

Integrated temperature control (standard)

Standard configuration microscope

Montage offline software (included)



Motorized stage

4 fluorescence channels

Endpoint & live cell imaging

Fully integrated & ready to use

IonFlux delivers leading ion channel throughput, cost-effectiveness, and ease of use while delivering Giga-ohm seal high quality recordings. IonFlux unique benefits include:
Fast liquid exchange
Continuous solution flow
Physiological temperature control
IonFlux is the ideal platform for all patch clamp assays. It is used in laboratories and research centers worldwide for various voltage-gated and ligand-gated ion channels assays.

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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 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.


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