Wave
100

Do you know the Energy Phenotype of your Cell?

Determine the baseline and stressed phenotype, as well as the
metabolic potential. These parameters combine to reveal the
energy phenotype of your Cell.

Request a free phenotyping demo!

Learn More

XFp Extracellular Flux Analyzer

• Rapidly assesses cellular energy production & metabolic phenotype
• Easily detects both rapid metabolic switching and longer term reprogramming
• No metabolism expertise required

Learn More

XFe Analyzer

The world's most advanced cell metabolism analyzer

XFe Extracellular Flux Analyzers are the industry standard for measuring cell metabolism, simultaneously measuring the major energy-producing pathways of the cell

Learn More

Got Wave?

Get Wave - our latest software for your desktop XF data analysis.

Wave for Desktop enables faster and easier
analysis of both XF and XFe data

Learn More
  • XFp Cell Energy Phenotype Test

    Determine the metabolic phenotype of your cells within an hour

    Learn More
  • XF Cell Mito Stress Test

    Everything you need to measure mitochondrial function in cells

    Learn More
  • XF Glycolysis Stress Test

    Everything you need to measure Glycolytic function in cells

    Learn More
  • Stress Test Dilution Calculator App

    Easy XF assay compound dilutions on your mobile device.

    Learn More seahorse-dilution-calculator
  • XFe96 Spheroid Microplate

    Functional metabolic measurements from 3-dimensional in vitro spheroids.

    Learn More
PRESS RELEASE
Seahorse Bioscience Ranked
in the 2015 Inc. 5000 List of
Fastest-Growing Private Companies
inc 5000
August 10th 2015
The story of this year's Inc. 5000 is the story of great leadership in an incredibly competitive business landscape.
MITOCHONDRIAL PHYSIOLOGY COURSE
Mitochondrial Physiology - from Organelle to Organism
copenhagen meeting
August 17-21, 2015
Presented by the
University of Copenhagen
UPCOMING WEBINAR
Metabolic plasticity in T cell responses:
Implications for adaptive immunity
Metabolic plasticity
Russell Jones Ph.D.
September 23, 2015
Why T cells adopt specific metabolic programs and the impact that these programs have on T cell function.