High Content Imaging

High Content Imaging System CELENA® X

(Only available for Spain and Portugal)

Automated high content image acquisition and analysis for drug discovery and cell biology.

The CELENA® X is an integrated cell imaging system designed for rapid, high content image acquisition and analysis. Customizable imaging protocols, image-based and laser autofocusing modules, and a motorized XYZ stage simplify well plate imaging and slide scanning. 

High Content Imaging System CELENA® X
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The integrated CELENA® X Cell Analyzer software processes images and data for quantitative analysis. Analysis pipelines can be put together and re-used to identify cellular or subcellular objects, process images for optimal data collection, and make various measurements. 

The CELENA® X is as flexible as it is powerful, with interchangeable objectives and filter cubes to accommodate a wide range of fixed and live cell imaging applications.

Benefits of the CELENA® X high content imaging system

  • Fully automated plate and slide imaging
  • Laser autofocus
  • Live cell assay support
  • Fluorescence imaging in four channels, bridhtfield, color brightfield, and phase contrast imaging
  • Powerful, easy-to-use user interface and dat analysis software
  • Customizable high content analysis
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Celena X interface

Abundant applications of the CELENA® X high content imaging system 

  • Cell counting
  • Cytotoxicity
  • Transfection efficiency
  • Wound healing
  • Apoptosis
  • Autophagy
  • Cell cycle / Cell growth proliferation
  • Cell morphology
  • Cell viability/toxicity
  • Co-localization
  • Confluency
  • Histology
  • Immunofluorescence
  • NF-kB Translocation
  • Organoid/Spheroid morphology

Download the CELENA® X High Content Imaging System Brochure

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