Kaluza Analysis Software

Kaluza Analysis Software is designed to simply, efficiently, and quickly analyze multi-color data. Four simple control panels provide access to every aspect of your data.

Install the software on as many computers as needed and control access with the license option that fits your needs. A variety of single user and multi-user licenses are available. Learn more about the philosophy behind the Kaluza Analysis Software.

  • Loads any FCS compliant file through standard 3.1
  • Real time processing of multi-color files of up to 20 million events
  • Move compensated, transformed, and anonymized data sets to the Cytobank cloud platform with the Kaluza Cytobank Plugin
  • Innovative interface with workflow and ease of use as top priorities

 

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Kaluza의 기능

The Kaluza Philosophy

  • Context specific radial menus put functions at your fingertips
  • Four control panels access all aspects your data
  • Real time adjustments to data display

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The Kaluza Difference

Administrator Tools

  • Install the Network License Control Center on a shared server to manage 10 to over 1000 users
  • Create detailed usage reports and query logs for specific users
  • View current license keys and use to activate new keys

 

 

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Using Standardized Dry Antibody Panels for Flow Cytometry in the Assessment of Altered Immune Profiles in Response to SARS-CoV2 Infection In order to identify early indicators of disease severity in SARS-CoV2-infection, the proportions of well-established immune cell phenotypes have been subject to extensive research, utilizing flow cytometry as a core technology1-3. In order to ensure comparable and consistent results in the massively multi-institutional research setting of a global pandemic, the use of standardized antibody panels and procedures, as demonstrated by The ONE Study4-6, is a promising approach that also can lower technical barriers
Flow Cytometric Analysis of Multiple Signaling Pathways in LPS Stimulated Human Peripheral Blood Monocytes Authors: T Shankey,Sue Chow, and David Hedley | Advanced Technology Group, Beckman Coulter, Inc., Miami, FL, USA , Division of Applied Molecular Oncology, Princess Margaret Hospital, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, Ont., Canada
SWOFF - The Unrecognized Sibling of FMO Author: Michael Kapinsky - Beckman Coulter Intl.

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