Thanks to a microfluidic technology called FFeX and a pressurized system, incubation times are dramatically reduced by accelerating the reagent flow inside a staining chamber.
The closed staining chamber allows ultra-rapid and uniform delivery of reagents onto the tissue section, producing homogenous staining across the zone of confinement. Short incubation times limit the exposure of the tissue to harsh conditions and prevents degradation over prolonged assay times.
LabSat® is a Swiss-made automated stainer of small dimensions. This benchtop device is compatible with the space constraints of a frozen section room.
Click on the buttons to read the description.
The waste bottle will collect the reagents after its use.Close
This consumable microfluidic chip is a gateway for reagents to be distributed through the system. It must be replaced every 10 stainings and at the beginning of each day.Close
Buffers and washing solutions are loaded in Falcon® tubes.Close
Reagents are loaded in Eppendorf® tubes.Close
The system is pressurized to ensure the hermetic closing of the chamber, responsible for the the microfluidic properties that make possible the reduction of incubation times.Close
This consumable microfluidic chip forms a closed chamber over the tissue where the staining takes place. It must be replaced after each staining.Close
LabSat® Frozen is operated through a simple, user-friendly computer interface: