- Analysis of samples with Sysmex enables automated cell counting as well as differentiation of cell types in blood and body fluid samples.
- The Sysmex automated analyzer is a fluorescent-based detection system capable of simultaneously measuring up to 80 samples/hour.
- It performs an automated 5-part differential count of neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils, and basophils, which is obtained by fluorescence flow cytometry using a red semiconductor laser at a wavelength of 633 nm.
- Separation of cellular populations is based on side fluorescence (SFL) and laser side scatter light (SSC). Cells with a high RNA content, such as monocytes and lymphoid cells, are located high on the y-axis (SFL), while cells with a high complexity, such as eosinophils, are displayed toward the right hand side of the cytogram, reflecting a higher SSC. The different cellular populations are identified by an adaptive cluster analysis system.
- Rat, Mouse,Guinea Pig
- BALF and plasma