Clinical flow cytometry supported by new 10-colour system

Beckman Coulter has launched the ClearLLab 10C System for the clinical flow cytometry laboratory. The new system includes the first 10-colour CE-IVD panels of immunophenotyping reagents for both lymphoid and myeloid lineages. The ClearLLab 10C System incorporates the company’s new Kaluza C software to streamline and standardize clinical QC reporting to international guidelines.

It delivers high-quality results from dry unitised combinations of CD (cluster of differentiation) markers, using Beckman Coulter’s DURA Innovations dry technology.  These preformulated antibody combinations help the laboratory avoid the potential errors of manual antibody cocktail preparation. 

ClearLLab 10C is supported by a special training resource, the ClearLLab 10C casebook.  This provides 24 diagnostic vignettes giving characteristic findings after flow cytometric analysis, with expert assessment by haematopathologists. Laboratories can also compare the interpretation of their own findings with the analyses in the casebook.


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