FluidFM® BOT BIO Series
CELL EDITING, ASSAYS, CELL ISOLATION AND CELL LINE DEVELOPMENT.
For single cell research -
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.
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.
FluidFM BOT BIO Series system (incubator not shown).
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.