Software and Informatics
For Professionals in Research and Clinical Diagnostics
BD Biosciences offers a suite of software and informatics support for flow cytometry analysis. From instrument-specific software to interfaces and powerful informatics, we support you every step of the way in your flow cytometry analysis.
Our instrument software can support application set up, acquisition and analysis on our Clinical Flow Cytometers. Our IVD software, BD FACSCanto™ Clinical Software , BD FACSDiva™ Software and the BD FACSuite™ Clinical Application support clinical applications; while BD FACSChorus™ Software and BD FACSDiva™ Software when paired with research instruments, aid in research applications. All our software offer ease of use and help streamline your flow cytometry workflow.
Our connectivity software interface, such as the BD FACSLink™ Interface, helps connect your instruments to laboratory information systems (LIS). BD Assurity Linc™ Software connects compatible BD devices with BD technical support personnel so that they can rapidly troubleshoot your issues. The BD Remote Assist solution enables BD users to remotely connect to their BD devices from any computer.
FlowJo™ v10 Software
FlowJo™ v10 Software for research use features an intuitive interface, specialized analysis platforms and open-ended plugin architecture. It offers a rich analysis environment that is easy to use, versatile and extensible with plugins.
SeqGeq™ v1.6 Software
SeqGeq™ v1.6 Software is a device-agnostic desktop bioinformatics platform designed for the analysis of single-cell experiments and includes features such as V(D)J analysis, Seurat clustering, Monocle trajectory inference and much more.
BD FACSDiva™ Software, when paired with research use instruments, BD FACSChorus™ Software, FlowJo™ Software and SeqGeq™ Software are for Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.
Refer to manufacturer's instructions for use and related User Manuals and Technical Data Sheets before using this product as described.
Comparisons, where applicable, are made against older BD technology, manual methods or are general performance claims. Comparisons are not made against non-BD technologies, unless otherwise noted.