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High-throughput imaging of cellular models using an Acumen eX3
EP20118
Poster Title: High-throughput imaging of cellular models using an Acumen eX3
Submitted on 19 Dec 2013
Author(s): Paul Wylie, David Onley
Affiliations: TTP Labtech Ltd
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Abstract: The Acumen eX3 is the fastest imaging system available, collecting and simultaneously analysing over 40 images/second, covering the entire well, without the trade off of having to use lower resolution. Acumen is well established for cell-based high-content screening, but researchers have recently applied its large field of view to rapidly analyse complex cellular or animal models, such as angiogenic tube formation, C. elegans or drosophila larvae.Summary: The Acumen eX3 is the fastest imaging system available, collecting and simultaneously analysing over 40 images/second, covering the entire well, without the trade off of having to use lower resolution. Acumen is well established for cell-based high-content screening, but researchers have recently applied its large field of view to rapidly analyse complex cellular or animal models, such as angiogenic tube formation, C. elegans or drosophila larvae.Report abuse »
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