FluidFM® BOT BIO Series
CELL EDITING, ASSAYS, CELL ISOLATION, NANOPRINTING
AND CELL LINE DEVELOPMENT.
For single cell research & nanoprinting.
Cutting-edge & easy to use.
The FluidFM BOT BIO Series enables single cell experiments - from single cell gene editing to drug research and toxicology on a single cell level. Beyond that the BIO Series can also print structures from sub-micrometer to millimeter in scale - for sensing applications, mechanobiology and more.
The system is highly automated, easy to use and features a fully enclosing incubator. Benefit from simple preparation as well as extensive automation and data management.
Easy to set up. Easy to use.
Ready in 10 minutes
Simple & fast system preparation.
Fast learning curve
Intuitive operator software.
Probe exchange in 5 minutes
Automatic probe gripping.
No prior technical expertise needed
Point-and-click cell selection. Easily adjustable parameters.
Benefit from versatile applications
Enabled by the FluidFM core methods:
Volumetric injection & sampling
Injection into and extraction from single cells. With the possibility to quantify the injected or extracted volume.
Pick & place
Grab and relocate single cells and other micro-sized objects. Automatize single cell adhesion assays.
Dispense the tiniest amount of liquid. In air or in immersion.
Point and click interface
Easy cell selection - target the nucleus or cytoplasm
XY-coordinates of the edited cells are being recorded
Observation and time lapse features
Multi-user data management
Temperature and CO2-controlled incubator
Fluorescence microscopy – up to 8 filter sets
Powered by an Olympus IX83 microscope
Fully compatible with standard cell culture containers from petri-dishes to 12 & 24 well plates
FluidFM BOT BIO Series - system outline with incubator.
The patented hollow FluidFM probes are the core of the technology when performing FluidFM applications. The consumables are available in a broad variety of tip shapes, aperture sizes and mechanical specifications.
Preserve cellular environment
Perform any experiment on adherent cell cultures and keep the valuable context information. A unique advantage of FluidFM technology.
For any single cell manipulation. Higher viability than any other single cell technique.
Since its invention in 2009, FluidFM facilitates cutting-edge research results in life sciences, biophysics and mechanobiology. Explore the 70+ publications.