Measure live cells migrating over time with cell migration assays using automated imaging
Resources for Cell Migration Assays
Lab Manager speaks to Dan O’Connor, vice president, drug discovery, Molecular Devices, about the company’s Organoid Innovation Center in San Jose, CA. The center is 180 sq. ft., within a lar…
There have been significant advancements in microscopy and camera technology, as well as advancements in technologies for labeling molecules of interest over the past decade. These…
Microfluidic flowchip technology combined with three-dimensional (3D) imaging is a powerful duo poised to change the future of drug discovery and development. The integration of combined tec…
The movement or migration of cells has long been studied to elucidate the physiological mechanisms of angiogenesis, embryogenesis, cancer metastasis, immune responses, and wound healing.
Effectively image and analyze cell migration using a scratch assay or a dissolvable biocompatible gel
Cell migration is an essential process required for many biological events including embryonic development, wound healing, cancer metastasis, and immunological responses.
Cell migration, broadly defined as the movement of cells from one location to another, is important in diverse processes including embryonic development and wound healing. It is also a key…
Download this document for analysis of the Automatable 3 ‐Dimensional Cell Invasion Assay using ImageXpress Micro Widefield HCS System and MetaXpress and AcuityXpress Software.
Cell migration is a key process in normal development, immune function and wound healing. Abnormal cell migration is a feature of conditions such as cardiovascular disease and cancer. The…
The Custom Module Editor in version 5 of MetaXpress® Software is a flexible, interactive environment where users can create and test a template for image analysis. Galleries of processing…
Cell migration, the movement of cells from one location to another, is a critical component of both normal and abnormal biological processes. The importance of cell migration in diverse…
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