Bertin Instruments InCellis Cell Imager

20:00 EDT 24 Aug 2017 | Australian Life Scientist

The InCellis Cell Imager, from Bertin Instruments, is an all-in-one cell imager developed to generate publication-quality images of cells on tissue slides or in cell culture. The cell imager provides colour images in brightfield, phase contrast and fluorescence.

Embedded cell culture applications allow users to determine cell transfection efficiency, cell culture confluency or to get multicolour fluorescence images on the bench. An innovative design of LED cubes and quality objective lenses displays high-resolution images on a 17″ touch-screen monitor. Cell biologists can easily choose the best sample to use for further analysis.

Other features include: a low-light CMOS colour camera (1280 x 1024 pixels) for high sensitivity in fluorescent signal detection; onboard automated cell culture applications; up to four fluorescence channels; a choice of fluorescent light modules; a 6-position objective turret; a large field of view; network compatibility; embedded technical support; and dedicated vessel holders.

Applications include cancer research, drug screening, cell toxicity, vaccine production, gene cell therapy and biopharmaceutical production.

Original Article: Bertin Instruments InCellis Cell Imager


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