Biosero, Inc., developer of laboratory automation solutions to orchestrate scientific discoveries, has announced a collaboration with Araceli Biosciences that will allow scientists to integrate Araceli’s Endeavor™ high-speed imaging platform into automated workflows controlled by Biosero’s Green Button Go® software suite.
The Endeavor platform offers extremely rapid imaging for high-content analysis projects. In just minutes, the instrument can provide subcellular resolution of every cell in plates with 96 wells, 384 wells, or 1,536 wells. Through this collaboration, scientists can now incorporate the Endeavor system into automated lab pipelines that are dynamically scheduled and orchestrated via Green Button Go software.
“Endeavor is the first high-content system to offer simultaneous whole-well, high-resolution scanning at an order of magnitude higher throughput than current platforms. We are excited to team up with Biosero so we can unlock the full potential of the Endeavor platform for highly automated lab environments,” said Jeffrey Harris, General Manager of Araceli Biosciences.
Biosero’s Green Button Go software allows scientists to automate workflows ranging from a single workstation to operations that span multiple labs. With a number of extensions, hundreds of available drivers, and an intuitive control interface with drag-and-drop capabilities, Green Button Go software is flexible, scalable, and easily customizable for a broad array of laboratory needs.
“Biosero’s commitment to a hardware-agnostic approach means that we can work with leading technology developers to ensure that our customers get to choose the best tools for their needs,” said Tom Gilman, CEO of Biosero. “We are pleased to collaborate with Araceli for its game-changing technology to enable the next generation of automated high-content image analysis.”
Biosero will be offering demonstrations of its Green Button Go software at the upcoming SLAS2022 International Conference and Exhibition taking place February 5-9 in Boston.
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