As part of Sartorius’ dedication to providing the most innovative portfolio for cell analysis in the industry, we offer the Incucyte® Live-Cell Analysis Systems. These ground-breaking solutions for live-cell imaging and analysis, deliver new insights into biological mechanisms at unprecedented speeds, depth and scale.
The Incucyte® Live-Cell Analysis Systems are real-time quantitative live-cell imaging and analysis platforms that enable visualization and quantification of cell behavior over time, by automatically gathering and analyzing images around the clock within a standard laboratory incubator. This enables researchers to make time-lapsed, kinetic measurements from living cells over days and weeks thus providing insight into active biological processes in real time.
Incucyte® Live-Cell Analysis Systems empower you to push the boundaries of R&D:
Transform your research into a complete and powerful workflow that supports your entire research team — day and night.
Ask new questions and unlock new insights, in a wide range of applications such as examining cell health & viability, cell function, cell movement & morphology across multiple therapeutic areas including, immuno-oncology, immunology, oncology, cell therapy and neuroscience.
Generate new insights quickly and accelerate discoveries, with a system designed for a range of cell types- from proliferating tumor cells to non-adherent immune cells to sensitive primary cells. Incucyte’s design features a mobile optical train, ensuring the cells stay stationary to enable uninterrupted analysis within the controlled environment of the incubator. Perform continuous interrogation and surveillance of cell health and movement, plus a wide range of phenotypic cell-based assays. There is a rapidly growing collection of over 3,000 peer reviewed articles using the Incucyte® – see what your peers are doing.
Improve productivity with simple, flexible sample analysis. Seamlessly transition from one step in your workflow to the next, with interchangeable trays to support tissue culture flasks, dishes, or multi-well plates.
The Incucyte® Live-Cell Analysis Systems are compatible with a wide range of culture vessels, up to six microplates at a time. Users can schedule experiments at different image acquisition frequencies and magnifications in parallel. Perform around-the-clock analysis, whilst you sleep. Your research continues day and night.
Whether you simply want to improve experimental outcomes with enhanced cell culture quality control, or study complex cell-cell interactions, the Incucyte® Systems can meet your needs. There is support for multiple users plus remote, networked access with unlimited, free licenses.
Simplify experiments with optimized reagents and protocols – spend less time troubleshooting, more time investigating. Obtain specific and robust measurements of cell health, movement and function with validated, turnkey solutions allowing you to connect phenotype and function with pathological processes.
Protect your cells. Capture and analyze live cell biology utilizing Incucyte® reagents suitable for long-term kinetic analysis with minimal cell perturbance while your cells remain in a physiologically relevant and stable environment. With minimal introduction of biological artifacts, generating data-rich, biological information to accelerate decision making has never been easier.
Get new answers, by acquiring and viewing images over time. Fluorescence and HD phase imaging modes allow for multiplexed measurements of the same population of cells continuously. Obtain efficient, powerful and reproducible image analysis to identify specific biological changes. With Incucyte® Live-Cell Analysis Systems, you will gain insight and accuracy at every step.
Use Incucyte® Software, Reagents, Cell Lines, and Consumables with your live-cell analysis system to evaluate health, structure, and function with a single, flexible platform. Gain unprecedented access to phenotypic information while maintaining cell health with Incucyte® Reagents. These reagents are non-perturbing to cell health, morphology and function.