- Affordable price allows you to obtain a high performance instrument with minimal upfront capital investment
- Compatible with over 8 million TaqMan® assays for gene expression, genetic variation, gene regulation, or protein expression experiments
- The intelligent design of the QuantStudio™ platform combined with Applied Biosystems® instrument reliability and accuracy
- Easy-to-use software, responsive touch-screen, and effortless block exchange without the need for any tools
Thermo Fisher Cloud
Thermo Fisher Cloud provides scientists with a secure place to store, analyze, and share data. Applied Biosystems qPCR Analysis Modules within the Thermo Fisher Cloud are web browser-based software tools that are flexible, fast and easy to use. These software tools are compatible with Mac or PC as well as most Applied Biosystems instrument file types.
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The QuantStudio™ 6 Flex system accommodates the interchange of a 96-well, 96-well Fast, or 384-well block. The system is delivered with one block type (a 96-well block in this case); other block types may be purchased separately. For a system that also supports TaqMan® array cards, as well as automation, please see our QuantStudio™ 7 Flex system. The QuantStudio™ 6 Flex system can also be upgraded to a QuantStudio™ 7 Flex system at a later date, as your needs change. For the ultimate in productivity, consider the QuantStudio™ 12K Flex system, which also accommodates TaqMan® OpenArray® plates.
Upgrade Capabilities When You Need Them
The QuantStudio™ 6 Flex system can be seamlessly upgraded to a QuantStudio™ 7 Flex system by a field service engineer to give you additional automation, throughput, and multiplexing capabilities.
Results You Can Trust
Improved well-to-well and instrument-to-instrument data accuracy is achieved with the OptiFlex® system, which features 5 coupled excitation and emission filter channels.
Sensitive Data Analysis
Detect changes in target quantity as small as 1.5-fold in single-plex reactions and obtain 10 logs of linear dynamic range.