The Narishige MF-900 microforge provides making different kinds of glass microtools for micro surgical and micro electrode investigations by processing micropipette tips. The device is equipped with three-dimensionally manipulated stereo microscope and allows to polish and bend glass microtools. For more information visit



FACSAria III is a benchtop research flow cytometer being at the same time cell analyzer and cell sorter. Being equipped with three lasers (405nm, 488nm and 633 nm) it provides multicolor analysis of different types of separated cells or particles with the detection of up to 13 fluorescent markers and 2 scatter parameters at a time. The instrument allows to identify individual classes and populations of cells and measure their surface and intracellular markers; to estimate functional states of cells (mitochondrion potential, intracellular calcium concentration, pH, etc.) using special ratiometric stains such as FDA, DiOC1, JC -1, etc.; to perform cell cycle analysis; to study apoptosis, phagocytosis, kinetics of cell processes; to perform molecular-genetic analyses using fluorescence probes; etc. For specifications visit



The Gene Pulser Xcell system is a modular electroporation system composed of the main unit, the cuvette chamber, the capacitance extender and the pulse controller. The instrument allows to transfect all cell types from primary and stem cells to bacteria and yeast. For specifications visit



Huygens Software Package provides morphometric and deconvolution analyses of microscopic images. It comprises Huygens Essential и Professional packages containing standard set of morphometric instruments for image analysis, quantitative image deconvolution function, dispersion measuring f unction (including pointspread function), etc. For more information visit

Bitplane Imaris is the most popular image visualisation, analysis and exploration tool for the life science experimental data processing. The software provides 3D morphometric data analysis and preparation of the results obtained for future publications. For more information visit