High Content Screening

High Content Screening

Molecular Devices® provides the complete workflow solution for high-throughput microscopy and high-content screening, facilitating image acquisition through analysis and data management.

High Content Imaging Systems

ImageXpress Widefield High Content Screening System for large field of view high content screening ImageXpress Ultra High Content Screening System for confocal imaging
ImageXpress Velos High Content Screening System for high-speed well and slide imaging
ImageXpress® Micro XLS System for fast and flexible widefield imaging ImageXpress® Ultra System for true laser scanning confocal imaging ImageXpress® Velos System for high-speed, large-format imaging

High Content Analysis Software

MetaXpress high content analysis software for image acquisition, segmentation, and processing AcuityXpress Informatics software for visualization, QC, hit identification, curve fitting, cluster analysis
ImageXpress Widefield High Content Screening System for large field of view high content screening
MetaXpress® Software for turnkey, flexible, and powerful analysis AcuityXpress™ Informatics Software for visualization and hit identification MDCStore® Solution for streamlined data management


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About High Content Screening

High content screening utilizes automated, high-resolution microscopy systems to assay and visualize phenotypic responses in cells. Cells plated on slides or in wells are imaged at high speed, and morphological information is extracted from fluorescent or brightfield images by robust analysis software.  In biological research or drug development, high content screening rapidly identifies how small molecules, such as RNAi and drug compounds, affect cell morphology in a quantitative, high throughput manner. Molecular Devices' high content screening portfolio aims to provide ultimate flexibility and performance to help you perform complex assays and shorten time to result. 

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