ZetaView

Medical University of Vienna

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Short Description

The ZetaView detects and quantifies small particles in a size range of 40 - 1,000nm. The nanotracking system is equipped with a 488nm laser so that also small particles can be stained and detected due to their antigen expression. The ZetaView is especially suitable to detect extracellular vesicles (microparticles & exosomes)

Contact Person

Dr. Andreas Spittler, Assoc. Prof.

Research Services

The nanotracking system ZetaView is located in the Core Facility Flow Cytometry of the Medical University of Vienna. The ZetaView should be seen as a supplement to existing flow cytometers to detect small particles, since flow cytometry is limited in the detection of particles to a certain size.

Methods & Expertise for Research Infrastructure

The nanotracking system ZetaView is located in the Core Facility Flow Cytometry of the Medical University of Vienna. The Core Facility has numerous publications in the field of extracellular vesicles. The Zetaview should be seen as a supplement to existing flow cytometers, since flow cytometry is limited in the detection of particles to a certain size. The ZetaView detects particles which art significantly smaller.

Allocation to Core Facility

Core Facility Flow Cytometry

Head Core Facility Flow Cytometry
Dr. Andreas Spittler, Assoc. Prof.
Core Facility Flow Cytometry
+43 (0)1 40400 73540
andreas.spittler@meduniwien.ac.at
https://corefacilities.meduniwien.ac.at/flow-cytometry/
Please contact Dr. Andreas Spittler: andreas.spittler@meduniwien.ac.at