Simple and flexible high content imaging enabling quantitation of complex biological events
03 Dec 2013

Contemporary high content imaging solutions present powerful tools delivering information-rich data sets ideal for thoroughly characterizing cellular models spanning a broad range of biological phenomena. Particularly where more complex cellular events are concerned, such as GPCR-screening and mitochondrial toxicity screening, the full power of a high content imaging approach can require flexible analysis capability. This webinarwill highlight applications of the MetaXpress® Image Acquisition and Analysis Software designed to simplify imaging workflow. It will demonstrate tailored analysis approaches addressing two cellular events, receptor internalization within defined cellular boundaries (measured with Transfluor® technology) and quantitation of mitochondrial staining including the peri-nuclear region of cells.

Molecular Devices®



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