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glass microarray
at the LSE virtual
Oncology | Immuno-Oncology
event on August 6th 2020.
cancer cell atacked by immune cells
at the LSE virtual
Oncology | Immuno-Oncology
event on August 6th 2020.
logo ARRALYZE
at the LSE virtual
Oncology | Immuno-Oncology
event on August 6th 2020.
ARRALYZE workstation
at the LSE virtual
Oncology | Immuno-Oncology
event on August 6th 2020.

Pushing the envelope in cellomics

Next generation analytics

Stop making compromises between speed, number of experiments and cost.

With ARRALYZE you can perform more than 1,000,000 cellomics experiments in pico- or nanoliter glass wells on the footprint of one single microscope slide. This allows you to perform high-throughput experiments with high precision in a very economical way, using very little of expensive reagents or sparse biological samples. Glass is one of the most inert materials you can use for your biological experiment, and by using our ARRALYZE glass arrays you do not need to worry about chemicals leaking into your sample or some of your reagents diffusing into the matrix.

 The ARRALYZE advantages at a glance


The compartmentalization of cells, DNA and other biological materials for high throughput experiments are important techniques for many reasons and droplet technology has opened up many new approaches in this context in recent years. With ARRALYZE, however, we are not only expanding the range of experiments that are possible today, but are also eliminating many of the disadvantages that droplet technology brings with it. The following table lists the main advantages of ARRALYZE compared to droplet technology:

 

TopicARRALYZEDroplet TechnologyComments

Suppression of diffusion between compartments

No leaching of components of the matrix into the compartment

No leakage of reagents from the compartment

No risk of a fusion of compartments

Broad range of possible volumes of compartments

High flexibility regarding the composition of the compartments

Accessibility of the compartment during the experiment

Possibility to integrate anchor molecules on walls

Highly suitable for microscopic evaluation

Suitable for spheroid and micro tissue experiments

No need to use chemicals that are not required for the assay