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Automate your sample preparation for your cell analysis workflows

Deliver Actionable Results
from Your Live-Cell Analysis

Seahorse XF technology and Bravo automation

One vendor, one workflow to streamline your live-cell metabolic analysis

Getting reliable, consistent data from live cell-based assays can be tricky. Making automated sample preparation part of your discovery projects can maximize productivity, remove human error, and ensure consistent results between users.

Agilent’s cell analysis workflow includes cell metabolism analyzers, liquid handling automation, and high-quality consumables that work together to help you achieve consistent, reproducible data. Robust data leads to reliable results that support timely decision-making, enabling you to reach your project goals.

New video: Streamline Your Cell Analysis by Automating Sample Preparation

New video

Save labor, increase walk-away time, and achieve consistent data quality when performing cell metabolism assays.

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On-demand webinar

On-demand webinar:
Automation of Live-Cell Metabolic Assays

Explore the use of automation and assorted microplates to prepare samples for real-time, live-cell analysis.

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Application note

New application note: Maximizing Efficiency and Performance of Seahorse XF Assays with the Bravo Automated Liquid Handler

Dose response studies and a small compound library screen demonstrate that the Bravo sample preparation workflow delivers highly reproducible data for Seahorse XFe96 assays.

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Two lab scientists with an Agilent Seahorse XF analyzer

Bring the power of live-cell metabolic analysis to your drug discovery pipeline

Metabolism offers a rich source of pathway targets in cancer, immunology, neuroscience, and acquired metabolic diseases. In addition, Agilent provides best-in-class mitochondrial function analysis for mitochondrial toxicity assessment.


Target identification and validation

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