Integrate spatial biology in your lab within days.


Your introduction to multiplex spatial biology.

Easy integration of spatial biology into your lab

Our experts help you integrate a wide range of spatial biology tests into your lab, step by step.

An open solution without secrets

You are the owner of your research. Use your off-the-shelf, label-free antibodies and customize your protocols.

The first step towards automation of complex assays

Develop new and sophisticated spatial biology protocols with a user-friendly technology.

A compact, rapid-optimization companion

Optimize your spatial biology protocols in record time, before transfering them onto high throughput instruments.

LabSat® helps by:

Reducing optimization barriers and time requirements
  • Set up your custom protocols in a user-friendly interface to perform rapid optimization.
  • Simplifies optimization of difficult markers and tissues.
  • Facilitates the optimization of new markers where no clone has been established.
Performing automated spatial biology protocols
  • Assess immune cell infiltrates with a 1 to 10-plex immune panel.
  • Run RNAscope experiments.
  • Perform IHC stainings for new antibody validation.
Testing different experimental conditions to build your optimal research panel
  • Design your experiments and optimized protocols with flexibility.
  • Establish antibody order in your panel.
  • Identify the best antigen retrieval for your antibody.

Your smart staining companion to accelerate research.

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Your smart staining companion to accelerate research.
  • Large volume reservoirs

    Buffers and washing solutions are loaded in Falcon® tubes.

  • Compressed air-line

    The system is pressurized to ensure the hermetic closing of the chamber, responsible for the microfluidic properties that make possible the reduction of incubation times.

  • Small volume reservoirs

    Reagents are loaded in Eppendorf® tubes.

  • Distribution Chip

    This consumable microfluidic chip is a gateway for reagents to be distributed throughout the system. It must be replaced every 10 stainings and at the beginning of each day.

  • Staining Chip

    This consumable microfluidic chip forms a closed chamber over the tissue where the staining takes place. It must be replaced after each staining.

  • Waste

    The waste bottle will collect the reagents after its use.


The power of the Fast Fluidic Exchange Technology.

Ultra-rapid turnaround time

Thanks to a microfluidic technology called FFeX and a pressurized system, incubation times are dramatically reduced by accelerating the reagent flow inside a staining chamber.

Multiplexing enabled

The rapid staining protocols achieved with the FFeX limit the exposure of the tissues to harsh reagents, contributing to the preservation of morphology even after many cycles.

High quality stainings

Bring precision, unmatched uniformity & repeatability to your quantitative spatial research with FFeX.