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Member since: 2015
Organization: Centre for Regenerative Medicine
"User-friendly software, very easy to setup an acquisition protocol (multi wells, channels, focal positions and time points) The Operetta-Columbus server couple allows users to work remotely and efficiently extract data from the acquired images."
Member since: 2012
"Good training and after support from Perkin Elmer makes getting a new assay off the ground relatively easy. Once you have learnt how to use the functions a huge amount of results can be obtained."
Member since: 2010
Organization: UNIV. OF HAWAII AT HILO COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
Application Area:High Throughput Screening
"Great when it works but has a tendency to be temperamental. Excellent imaging capabilities, the applications seem endless. Used for live cell imaging of autophagy. Plates can be expensive. Need to check that the objective lens is compatible with the plates before starting experiments. Software (Harmony and Columbus) for analyzing results in an unbiased way is great. Perkin Elmer gives great service as well with regular training workshops."
Operetta High Content Screeng System - High Content Imaging and Analysis That Simply Works.
The Operetta® High Content Imaging System from PerkinElmer is the ideal solution for analyzing the inner workings of healthy and diseased cells. Whether you are performing assay development, genome-wide siRNA, compound screens or looking at a few samples in detail, and whether you are using 3D disease models, primary cells, stem cells, live or fixed cells, the Operetta system delivers all the features you need to generate unbiased, statistically significant data to move your research forward.
And it’s so simple to use that even newcomers to high content imaging and high content analysis can be productive right away.