Member since: 2019
Organization: ATA Scientific
Great to use, inexpensive - watch out big microscopy companies...
Application Area: Cell Culture
"The Celena-X is so easy to use, it has huge flexibility and it is oh so affordable making the 'big name brands' look like a rip off!"
Member since: 2020
Organization: Institut für Zellbiologie und Immunologie Stuttgart
Perfect combination of high content and high quality imaging.
Application Area:High-throughput image acquisition with high quality pictures
"The speed of image acquisition is outstanding and the images generated are of high quality. Together with the easy-to-use software, it is a great product."
The CELENA® X High Content Imaging System is an integrated 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. The integrated CELENA® X Cell Analyzer software processes images and data for quantitative analysis. Analysis pipelines can be created and used to identify cellular or subcellular objects, process images for optimal data collection, and make various measurements.
SIMPLE HIGH CONTENT IMAGING FOR QUANTITATIVE IMAGE-BASED ANALYSIS
FULLY AUTOMATED PLATE AND SLIDE IMAGING
LIVE CELL ASSAY SUPPORT
Onstage incubation system for a variety of experiments in physiological and non-physiological conditions
FOUR IMAGING MODES
Fluorescence imaging in four channels, brightfield, color brightfield, and phase contrast imaging
POWERFUL, EASY-TO-USE USER INTERFACE
CUSTOMIZABLE HIGH CONTENT ANALYSIS
CREATE YOUR OWN IMAGING AND ANALYSIS WORKFLOWS
CELENA® X Cell Analyzer can be used to set up automated image analysis sequences to batch process images captured on the CELENA® X. Using Cell Analyzer, users can create an image analysis pipeline, which is a sequence of modules that each perform a specific image processing task. This allows the quantitative analysis of multiple cellular features from images. Modules can be mixed, matched, and adjusted to measure phenotypes of interest quantitatively. Once a pipeline has been established, it can be used to analyze subsequent projects.