© Phase Holographic Imaging AB 2019HoloMonitor for Ideal Live Cell Imaging Analysisxx

July 2019. HoloMonitor is a Label-free tool, ideal for Live Cell Imaging Analysis in your incubator.

HoloMonitor® time-lapse cytometer is used by scientists all over the world to study in a label-free way the life cycle and behaviour of living — or dying — cells under physiologically optimal conditions in your incubator. No stains needed. The technique employed, holographic microscopy, is cell friendly, fast, and simple to use. It offers unique imaging capabilities for live-cell kinetic investigations at both the single-cell and cell-population levels.
The HoloMonitor system comprises:

Using the HoloMonitor system, researchers can both visually monitor their cell cultures over time, and quantify the data generated by the instrument to create publication-ready images, graphs and, plots.

Source: Phase Holographic Imaging AB 

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