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(Micro-Flow Imaging) and FlowCam

Unlock the unseen with flow imaging microscopy. Dive into the world of microparticles and nanoparticles in liquids, gaining unprecedented insights for biotech, pharmaceuticals, and beyond. Harness the power of precision visualization with MFI or FlowCam and accelerate your research and quality control.

About MFI (Micro-Flow Imaging) and FlowCam


Welcome to the world of flow imaging microscopy, where precision meets insight at the micro and nano level. Flow imaging microscopy is a cutting-edge analytical technique that unveils the hidden secrets of particles and microparticles in liquids. At HTL Biosolutions, we are passionate about harnessing the power of flow imaging microscopy to revolutionize your understanding of particles and their impact on your processes and products.

HTL utilizes tools from different vendors for flow imaging microscopy; including FlowCam from Fluid Imaging Technology and MFI from Protein Simple. Both are sophisticated imaging technologies that combines the capabilities of microscopy with the finesse of flow cytometry. It allows us to see and quantify particles suspended in a liquid medium with unprecedented detail. With MFI or FlowCam, we can reveal vital information about particle size, shape, concentration, and more, all in real-time.

Why MFI and FlowCam

In today's fast-paced biotech and pharmaceutical industries, precision and quality control are paramount. Whether you're developing the latest pharmaceutical formulation, ensuring product quality, or conducting groundbreaking research, flow imaging is your indispensable ally. It empowers you to:

  1. Imaging and Analysis: MFI or FlowCam captures high-resolution images of individual particles as they pass through a flow cell. This allows for the visualization and analysis of particles in real-time.

  2. Particle Characterization: It can characterize a wide range of particles, including cells, microorganisms, algae, microplastics, and other particulate matter. Users can determine particle size, shape, and color.

  3. Concentration and Counting: The instrument provides information about particle concentration and can count particles in a sample.

  4. Quality Control: In industries such as pharmaceuticals and food and beverage, the FlowCam is used for quality control and contamination detection. It can identify foreign particles in products

Our Commitment

At HTL Biosolutions, we are dedicated to putting the power of flow imaging microscopy in your hands. Our team of experts is passionate about helping you unlock the full potential of this remarkable technology. With our state-of-the-art equipment and in-depth knowledge, we offer precise, reliable, and actionable data to drive your success.

Contact us today to harness the capabilities of flow imaging microscopy (FIM) and enhance your biotechnology projects.

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