Generate application-specific, high-content imaging and analysis
Because high-content imaging captures a large number of images, it can be a time-consuming task that requires a large volume of storage space and specialized software to analyze the data. While a fast camera and an efficient imaging system can streamline image acquisition, the analysis and data handling of these images can create a bottleneck in your research protocols. To address these challenges, modern imagers mitigate the complexity of high-content imaging with intuitive, guided workflows and provides on-the-fly image analysis based on your assay needs.
In this eBook, we bring you four useful case studies where different image analysis protocols were used and one case study where data was transferred to IN Carta® Image Analysis Software for image analysis using deep learning.
Identify compound-specific effects on neurite outgrowth
Analysis of apoptosis using automated cell imaging
Count cells with or without fluorescent labels using automated imaging
Improve nuclear translocation assay results using image deconvolution
AI enabled phenotypic analysis of label-free intestinal organoids
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ImageXpress Pico system
Digital microscopy with automated brightﬁeld, ﬂuorescence, and real-time deconvolution imaging
- Ideal for cell counting, transfection efficiency, and cell health assays
- 25+ preconﬁgured application protocols
- 3D z-stack acquisition
- On-the-ﬂy analysis
- Environmental control for live cell assays
- Access data from a browser— anytime, anywhere
- Optional Digital Confocal on-the-ﬂy 2D deconvolution
CellReporterXpress software for ImageXpress Pico
Easy-to-learn software optimized for automated digital microscopy
A simple, easy-to-learn interface for performing quantitative analysis on images acquired from automated microscopy with features such as Digital Confocal 2D real-time deconvolution, and Live Preview for advanced region of interest identiﬁcation. The software enables distributed analysis of images for increased throughput and is ideal for scaling your digital microscopy imaging with slides or microplates. An icon-driven, linear workﬂow with a range of predeﬁned protocols provides a streamlined user experience.
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