AccuLift Laser Capture Microdissection System

Go from cell capture to insights with precision, speed and simplicity


Accurate and gentle capture of samples down to a single-cell level

Easy, streamlined workflow

Novel caps and instrument cap arm that increase lifting efficiency for improved DNA, RNA or protein extraction

Cellular biomolecule integrity preserved for the most consistent downstream results


Collection and analysis of DNA, RNA and proteins present in individual cells or larger tissue regions supports growing translational and clinical pathology research. With analysis of specific cells in the tissue microenvironment, the discovery of potential new treatments or prevention methods becomes possible. The complete AccuLiftTM Laser Capture Microdissection (LCM) System helps you successfully get to downstream analysis and increase your speed to discoveries, no matter what tissue you are working with.

By using the AccuLift System, you can be confident that you have captured only the individual cells you want while preserving the biomolecule integrity that is key for getting results that matter when it comes to elucidating unique molecular signatures.

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Hear what researchers are saying

Hear from the inventor of laser capture microdissection.

Lance Liotta, MD, PhD
Co-Director and Co-Founder of the Center for
Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine
George Mason University

Former Chief of the Laboratory of Pathology at the National Cancer Institute and Deputy Director at NIH

A translational researcher discusses why LCM is a key to personalized medicine.

Virginia (Ginny) Espina, PhD, MT(ASCP)
Center for Applied Proteomics and
Molecular Medicine
George Mason University

Learn how current LCM problems are solved using the AccuLift System.

Amanda Haymond, PhD
Center for Applied Proteomics and
Molecular Medicine
George Mason University

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Get accurate data for downstream analysis

Get precise and efficient cellular collection from a range of sample types, from single cells to dense tissue regions, from your precious tissue samples. This straightforward LCM approach uses a patent-pending design that includes a high-precision stage and uniquely aligned IR and UV lasers, and a novel consumable cap for improved efficiency to capture the selected cells. AccuLift Extraction Kits further improve your recovery to maximize the success of your genomic and proteomic downstream analysis.

An easy, streamlined workflow

The complete AccuLift System includes the instrument and a suite of consumables and extraction reagents to optimize your laser capture microdissection workflow and upstream sample processing. The simplified instrument is designed for ease of use.

The AccuLift System improves tissue recovery with each laser pulse, even for challenging samples like frozen and FFPE tissue.
The AccuLift System harnesses the power of infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) laser cutting in one unique platform with AccuLift LCM GeckoGrip Caps and Release Slides, enabling superior capture efficiency.
AccuLift LCM Reagent Kits enable superior purification of high-quality CDNA and RNA from small quantities.
Molecular analysis
AccuLift LCM Reagent Kits enable amplification of nucleic acids.

Figure 1. The AccuLift System workflow has four steps designed to streamline and improve your workflow for superior downstream results.


Consumables for the AccuLift System

AccuLift LCM Release Slides are uniquely coated to improve tissue recovery. AccuLift LCM GeckoGripTM Caps are designed to maximize even challenging tissue recovery.

Kits and reagents for the AccuLift System

AccuLift LCM Purification Kits are designed specifically to process very small amounts of starting material. AccuLift LCM Molecular Analysis Kits support the amplification of very small amounts of starting mRNA.

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