Never miss a critical biological event with improved whole-well imaging
27 Sep 2019
In order to understand and interpret the intricate and dynamic processes governing cell biology, in vitro cell-based assays are still the starting point for most researchers. Many scientists opt for the addition of imaging to live cell assays in order to provide important context to results, ultimately allowing a higher level of interpretation.
However working with live cells is fraught with challenges, with reproducibility being a major concern. The causes of which are numerous, however some experimental related factors are: insufficient replication of experiments, poor statistical power, variability in reagents or techniques. This can have critical outcomes such as the pursuit of false leads only to fail at a later stage, as well as significant financial and time expense.
This webinar will offer you insight into how to improve the robustness of your live-cell assays to address and overcome some specific causes of the reproducibility problem. Standardizing methods, full environmental control and improved statistical significance by recording the whole well area of a 96- or 384-well microplate with just one image, meaning you never miss a cell. Patent-pending technologies enable you to now investigate your entire cell population for cell confluence, nuclei counting, cell viability and cell death, automatically. Watch this webinar to find out how you can benefit from this new approach and unite qualitative and quantitative information into unique multi-parameter data sets faster than ever before.
Key learning objectives
Who should attend?
- Analyze more parameters faster with unique whole-well imaging
- Automate the execution of kinetic experiments for more consistent data
- Conduct real-time cell analysis with more experimental control
- Achieve walk-away automation of live-cell experiments
Students, postdocs, lab heads, group leaders, academia, CRO, biotech and biopharma, small and large pharma
All webinar participants can download a certificate of attendance, and a learning outcomes summary document for continuing education purposes.Tecan