cellTRAY® Microfluidics System Model CT-2000 ART
For assisted reproduction applications
Nanopoint's cellTRAY Microfluidics System for assisted reproduction applications is intended to help scientists and physicians achieve quality improvements in their in vitro embryos, provide time-lapse imaging throughout the development of the embryo, easily enable morphology monitoring and metabolic profiling, and foster improvements in cryobiology.
cellTRAY® Live Cell Imaging System Model CT-2000
Automated, long-term live cell imaging
Nanopoint's cellTRAY® Live Cell Imaging System Model CT-2000 offers the most advanced, on-microscope incubator and integrated microfluidics system available for life science research. The system allows experiments to run on an inverted microscope for extended periods of time, while the acquisition component enables automated, precise time-lapse imaging of live cells over the course of several hours to days.
cellTRAY® Microfluidics System Model CT-2000F
Enabling long-term live cell studies
Nanopoint's cellTRAY® Microfluidics System Model CT-2000F offers the most advanced, on-microscope, environmental control system available. The custom-designed microfluidics system allows live cell studies to extend over the course of several days.
cellTRAY® Live Cell Containment Device
Compact inverted imaging platform for routine monitoring of live cells
Cells can be viewed and imaged in well plates*, standard Petri dishes, flasks, slides or cellTRAYs. The optical magnification of the mini microscope is 1.8X but can be digitally zoomed to 10X.
Advanced, miniaturized cell containment microarray
Nanopoint’s unique cellTRAY-based solutions are picoliter-scaled cell culture and imaging systems for live cell-based assays, with broad applications to life science research, drug discovery, and biopharmaceutical production as well as other areas where single cell analysis is important.
cellTRAY® Live Cell Imaging System Model CT-1000
Automated precision and superior capacity
The CT-1000 system is ideal for cell based RNAi studies, cell-based assays, phenotypic analysis and optical imaging in live cell arrays or with other macromolecular structures.
For cellTRAYs and standard microscope slides
Nanopoint's cellTRAY Dish has been designed to contain the cellTRAY during the cell loading, incubation, washing, and staining stages of the experiment. Scientists can place the holder containing the cellTRAY onto the microscope stage to observe cell monolayer confluency.
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