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GE Healthcare Launches IN Cell Analyzer 2200

Published: Monday, December 17, 2012
Last Updated: Monday, December 17, 2012
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Flexible and efficient cell imaging system for a broad range of high-content analysis assays.

GE Healthcare’s IN Cell Analyzer 2200 is a high-speed, flexible, modular imaging system suitable for both investigative microscopy and automated high-content screening of organelles, cells, tissues and whole organisms.

The IN Cell Analyzer 2200 can be configured to the specific needs of the researcher, with a wide-range of optional modules and accessories available.

The IN Cell Analyzer 2200 can image a two-coloured 96-well plate assay in less than 2.5 minutes and a one-colour 1536 plate in under 20 mins.

This speed is possible due to a bright, seven-wavelength solid-state light source and scientific-grade CMOS camera coupled with an optimized stage and efficient, easy-to-use control software.

Smart design features such as preview scan also save time in assay set up by enabling the user to locate wells, samples or regions of interest quickly and efficiently.

The flexibility of the IN Cell Analyzer 2200 enables the system to be used in multiple modes including whole well imaging, online cell counting, and manual microscope.

This allows researchers to optimize assay set up efficiently and develop and conduct both simple and complex high-throughput high-content assays.

The system is designed to maximize the quantitative accuracy of the captured images for any sample type, including image restoration for dim samples.


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