Flow Imaging Microscopy (FIM) is a powerful tool for detecting, identifying, and quantifying subvisible particles for a variety of applications.
Read the Ultimate Guide to Flow Imaging Microscopy to Learn:
- Different methods for analyzing particles, plus the benefits and constraints of each.
- How FIM works.
- Specific examples of how imaging particle analysis benefits a variety of applications including:
- Detection of protein agglomerates in biologics
- Outlier characterization
- Particle differentiation in a heterogeneous sample