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Laser Capture Microdissection 

Capture Down to a Single Cell 

The Fluidigm AccuLift System is an unparalleled LCM system that harnesses the power of gentle infrared (IR) laser capture and ultraviolet (UV) laser cutting in one unique platform in combination with a novel suite of cap consumables, extraction reagents and user-friendly software. The system is designed to meet the needs of biomedical and pathologist researchers to transform digital pathology and accelerate translational and clinical research. 

Large image of Fluidigm's AccuLift instrument

Workflow

1

Preparation

The AccuLift system improves tissue recovery with each laser pulse, even for challenging samples like frozen and FFPE tissue.

2

Selection

The AccuLift system harnesses the power of IR and UV laser cutting in one unique platform and AccuLift Release Slides, enabling superior capture efficiency.

3

Purification

AccuLift LCM reagent kits enable superior purification of high-quality DNA and RNA from small amounts of starting material.

4

Molecular analysis

AccuLift LCM reagent kits enable amplification of nucleic acids.

Applications

ONCOLOGY

Study specific tumor and nontumor cells within heterogeneous tumor microenvironment. 

NEUROSCIENCE

Analyze the thousands of cell types within heterogeneous central nervous system. 

SINGLE CELLS

Microdissect single cells based on morphology, spatial biology or in situ biomarkers. 

PROTEOMICS

Spatially resolved and cell-specific proteomic analysis by mass spectrometry. 

GENOMICS

Profile the genome and transcriptome by next-generation sequencing or qPCR. 

DIGITAL PATHOLOGY

Create regions of interest remotely and collaborate in the cloud 

Events

Join us for one of our upcoming events or watch on demand.

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Nov 30 - Dec 01

Location

ELRIG: Pharmaceutical Flow Cytometry and Imaging 2021

Dec 07 - Dec 09

Location

SFI 2021: Annual Meeting of the French Society for Immunology

Dec 07

Virtual

Emerging Approaches to Improving Adoptive Cell Therapy

Greg Hopkins, PhD

Matthew Spitzer, PhD

Jonathan Caron, PhD

Lior Goldberg, MD

Emily Thrash, PhD

Dec 11 - Dec 14

Physical-and-Virtual

ASH American Society of Hematology

Unless explicitly and expressly stated otherwise, all Fluidigm products are provided for Research Use Only, not for use in diagnostic procedures. For more information see www.fluidigm.com/legal/notices