The CODEX® Instrument

Brings ultra-highplex immunofluorescence with single-cell resolution to your benchtop

The CODEX® Instrument

Brings ultra-highplex immunofluorescence with single-cell resolution to your benchtop

Empowering Discovery Research

Akoya’s CODEX instrument is a powerful yet simple, bench-top fluidics system that integrates with a companion microscope, Keyence BZ-X 700/800, to automate the CODEX image acquisition.

The CODEX System provides a comprehensive spatial biology solution, converting a standard fluorescent microscope into an automated imaging system to produce ultra-highplex images capable of providing in situ analysis at the cellular and subcellular scales.

CODEX instrument
Key Features
Bench-top Fluidics

Simple set up and walk-away operation in a compact design

Automated Image acquisition

Automated cyclical reporter-dye delivery and image acquisition

40+ biomarker detection

Spatially resolved, ultra-highplex data with morphological context

Maintains tissue integrity

CODEX chemistry combined with advanced fluidics preserves tissue architecture allowing reuse

Microscope Requirements

CODEX® instrument seamlessly integrates with Keyence BZ-X 700/800 inverted epi-fluorescent microscopes. CODEX-Keyence system is easy-to-use, compact and can be operated without a dark room.

CODEX-Keyence System

The CODEX® Instrument Manager (CIM) software, part of the CODEX software suite, is co-installed on the Keyence control computer and seamlessly integrates with the Keyence software interface for the synchronization of the CODEX® assay cycles and image acquisition.

CIM provides a user-friendly interface that allows researchers to custom design their experiments and projects, making the setup faster, and easier to execute.

Julia Kennedy-Darling, PhD

Co-Inventor of CODEX Technology and Director of R&D

Akoya Biosciences, Inc

CODEX has really democratized access to spatially resolved, multiplexed immunofluorescence. The integration with existing microscopes enables users to generate high-quality images while keeping the capital investment low.

Julia Kennedy-Darling, PhD

Co-Inventor of CODEX Technology and Director of R&D

Akoya Biosciences, Inc

CODEX has really democratized access to spatially resolved, multiplexed immunofluorescence. The integration with existing microscopes enables users to generate high-quality images while keeping the capital investment low.

Cloud-Based Image Analysis and Collaboration is Here.

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