REAL-TIME CELL CULTURE MONITORING
iPRASENSE CYTONOTE :
The first lens-free cell imaging device on the market
Now available with upgraded technologies & algorithm
Cytonote implements a patented lens-free Imaging Technology in a tiny device design to fit within any incubator. This simple and robust technology allow real Plug & Play set up of experiments. You do not need any specific skill, set-up or time to launch quickly a new run.
- No focus
- No brightness
- No setting
- Use standard Petri dish or flasks
- High contrast
- The ultra-wide field of view (29.4mm²)
- The small foot print (132 cm² only!)
How to use it?
The Cytonote is designed to be compatible with every standard lab dishes, T-Flask or slides. Select your favorite container from your favorite manufacter and place it on the Cytonote. If you want, modify the delay between 2 acquisition (default: 20min) and your culture is ready to be recorded over long period of time.
As explained, no need to adjust focus, brightness or any other parameters, our algorithm will reconstruct cells wherever cells are located... from a few micrometers to some millimeters! This caracteristic mades Cytonote a extermely robust device not fearing temperature variation, cells descent inside matrigel, or any other parameter which can affect traditional focus adjustment.
What are the results?
Working on a ultra wide field of view, all datas recovered from pictures taken by Cytonote are representative of your cell culture. Indeed, working on 29.4mm² allow to follow several thousands of cells at a time.
- Real-time Imaging of cell culture allowing you to browse trough the whole acquisition set, to play the timelapse or to export it into video format
- Automatic Cell Count
- Confluence Analysis
- Growth Curve based on cell count or confluence for both adherent and non-adherent cells
- Cell Proliferation through Cell Count and quantitative Confluence determination
- Cell Migration analysis : Chemotaxis, Wound Healing on high statistical number of cell and very wide area
- Macro-Scale Analysis
- Stem cell