- Increased application versatility through the accomodation of 4 different block types
- 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, automation capabilities, and effortless block exchange without the need for any tools
Thermo Fisher CloudThermo 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.
The QuantStudio™ 7 Flex system accommodates the interchange of a 96-well, 96-well Fast, 384-well, or TaqMan® array card block. The system is delivered with one block type (a 96-well block in this case); other block types may be purchased separately. In addition, a Twister® Robot Automation Accessory is available for this system to support high throughput workflows. For a more value-priced system that does not support TaqMan® array cards or automation (but that can be upgraded to do so at a later date), please see our QuantStudio™ 6 Flex system. And for the ultimate in flexibility, consider the QuantStudio™ 12K Flex system, which also accommodates TaqMan® OpenArray® plates.
Accomplish More, FasterRun hundreds of real-time PCR reactions effortlessly using TaqMan® Array 384-well microfluidic cards. And when integrated with the Twister® Robot Automation Accessory (available separately), the QuantStudio™ 7 Flex system maximizes your throughput capabilities.
High Application Versatility Simple workflows, reliable assays and reagents, multiple formats, and intuitive software are available for a broad range of applications, including gene expression, genetic variation, gene regulation, High Resolution Melt (HRM), and Protein Thermal Shift™ experiments.