Imaging Cytometry

Imaging Laser-Scanning Cytometry (LCS) combines the advantages of flow and image cytometry into a single system that provides unparalleled flexibility and power for rapid measurements of biochemical constituents or evaluating cell morphologies.

Our series of LSC instruments are non-confocal systems that utilize laser-spot scanning illumination.

The detection system, which combines PMTs for fluorescence detection and photodiodes for absorbance and scatter detection, offers excellent quantitative cytometric performance and imaging capabilities.

The powerful and adaptable software provides full statistical analysis and composite imaging. Numerical data are displayed as traditional cytometric histograms or bivariate scattergram plots and can be related in a variety of ways to the image data from which they are derived.

iCyte® Automated Imaging Cytometer Applications
  • High-Content Cell-Based Analysis for Morphological and Quantitative Features
  • Complete Laser and PMT/PD System for Flexible Dye Combinations
  • Compatible with Microtiter Plates, Microscope Slides, and Other Carriers
  • Automated or Manual Operation Modes
  • Analyzes Cellular or Tissue Specimens
  • Includes iGen Software

iGeneration Cytometric Analysis Software

  • Support the ICyte Imagining Cytometer
  • Record, analyse, merge, compare and report data from multiple measurements.
  • Easy and intuitive interface to quickly setup experimental runs.
  • Capabilities:
    • Segmentation
    • Virtual Channels
    • Event Data
    • Well Features
    • Data Reanalysis
    • Repetitive Scanning
    • File Mergin
  • Biochemistry-Like Analysis of Heterogeneous Cell Populations via Total Signal Quantification in Cellular and Tissue Specimens
  • Analysis of Chromatically and Fluorescently Stained Samples Simultaneously or Sequentially
  • Visualize Specimens Conventionally with Either Laser- Scanning Imaging Techniques or a Microscope
  • View Individual Events in the Population Data
  • Reanalyze the Same Cells Under Varying Conditions
  • Measure and Localize Cellular Constituents
  • Detect Molecular Constituents in the Surrounding Environment and Correlate their Presence to Cell Processes
  • Simultaneously Study Cultured Cells at the Individual and Colony Level
  • Perform Automated Analysis on Tissue Sections and Microarrays