The Beckman Coulter Gallios is a 3-laser and 10-detector instrument that is also equipped with a fully automated carousel. It is operated by the brand new Kaluza Acquisition software. Forward scatter signals can be collected at three different angles, which allow that instrument to adapt to particles of various size. Thanks to its excellent sensitivity, the Gallios is suited for detection of dim fluorescence signals.

The Kaluza Offline Authoring Software can be downloaded for free to use on personal computers in order to prepare worklists and protocols in advance, all of which can then be uploaded to the Gallios in order to save time on your reservation.

Only BSL-1 samples can be run on the Gallios. 2 Gallios are available at the facility (Gallios and Gallios B). They have the same optical configuration and operating software.