Curiosis Celloger Mini automatic live-cell imaging system

Saturday, 01 January, 2022 | Supplied by: Capella Science


Capturing live-cell images is an important process in the study of cell interactions, biological function and cellular dynamics. Performing this work manually is time-consuming and technically challenging. To facilitate automation of the process, Curiosis has launched a range of user-friendly automated live-cell imaging systems: the Celloger series.

The Celloger Mini is an automated live-cell imaging system based on bright-field microscopy with fully motorised stages for capture of repeated images at multiple locations. The auto-focus function produces sharp images and regular imaging allows researchers to observe cell morphology in real time. The system is compatible with various cell vessel types that users can choose from based on their research protocol, and multi-position imaging is possible with up to 96 wells.

By monitoring function, cell morphology can be observed in real time for more than 14 days. Multi-position capture provides more meaningful results for a target location than single-point imaging, the company says.

The Celloger Mini fits easily into a standard CO2 incubator and uses bright-field technology to provide high-quality images and time-lapse videos needed for cell-based research workflows and applications such as wound healing assay, cell proliferation, cytotoxicity assay, confluency and growth curve data.

Online: www.capellascience.com.au
Phone: 02 9575 7512
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