Technologies (Seahorse Bioscience) is a leader in life sciences, diagnostics, and applied chemical markets. The company provides laboratories worldwide with instruments, services, consumables, applications, and expertise, enabling customers to gain the insights they seek. Agilent’s expertise and trusted collaboration give them the highest confidence in our solutions.
The Seahorse Extracellular Flux (XFe) Analysers provide a convenient multi-well plate system for the real-time measurement of cellular bioenergetics, by simultaneous assessing the two major energy producing pathways; mitochondrial respiration and glycolysis. Utilised by scientists around the world, the measurement of extracellular flux plays an important role in the drug discovery and development process. With over 1,500 publications using XF data, the XFe analysers have become the worldwide standard for mitochondrial dysfunction, and for performing quality control pre-screens for all cell-based assays.
The NEW Seahorse XFp analyser has been built on the basis of the proven XF technology found in the XFe24 and XFe96 systems. A smaller miniplate system enables analysis of up to 6 samples and is ideal for:
Using the gold standard Seahorse XF assays, the XFp provides a compact, easy-to-use bench top instrument at an affordable price. Now every lab can have direct access to Seahorse XF assays in their own lab.
The XF Cell Mito and Glycolysis stress test kits provide the gold standard in metabolic assays. Now you can confidently quantify cellular bioenergetics, identify mitochondrial dysfunction, and measure cells' response to stress.
The role of metabolism in cellular and physiological processes is well established, with many diseases now linked to metabolic dysfunction or reprogramming. Using Agilent Seahorse XF Analyzers, scientists are able to easily obtain powerful functional data from live cells, in real time, providing a greater understanding of cell metabolism, and enabling new advancements in life science research. Seahorse XF Analyzers simultaneously measure the two major energy pathways of the cell - mitochondrial respiration and glycolysis - in live cells, in real time.