Using Gating Interface
Use the Celigo Built-In Gating Interface for Population Analysis using Histogram and 2D Scatter Plots
- Generate histograms and 2D scatter plots
- Use built-in gating interface to perform population analysis
- Easy-to-use plotting interface with real-time updates
Use Flow-Like Gating Interface to Perform Population Analysis
The Celigo possesses powerful built-in image analysis software that allows the user to identify cell populations based on a variety of parameters such as morphology measurements or fluorescent intensities. The flow-like gating interface with histogram and scatter-plots graphics are linked to the captured cell image. This allows users to visually monitor and confirm the placement of the gate by looking at the gated cell population in real-time.
Total Cell Count, Live Cell Count, % Live Cell Count and Other Parameters are Generated for Each Well
By plotting the mean fluorescent intensity of CFSE versus the mean fluorescent intensity of PI in the Celigo graphic interface, we can acquire populations for the number of live, dead and total cells, as well as the percent viability.
Generate Histograms to Determine Cell Population of Interest
Directly imaged and counted immune cells include cytolytic cells: CIK cells, NK cells, Neutrophils and CAR-T cells.
Define the population of interest by plotting the cells based on cell area. Cells that fall within the gate on the histogram are counted (outlined in yellow), those cells that are too small (outlined in blue) are considered debris and are gated out.
Generate a 2D Scatter Plot Based on Cell Fluorescent Intensities
Set up gating parameters based on mean fluorescent intensities
Either shape or quadrant gating can be applied to the scatter plot
The cells are automatically outlined to correspond to the gate within which they reside
With the movement of the quadrant gate, the outlined cells are automatically updated to reflect the modified gating parameters
Target Cell Images with Classifications and Corresponding Gating
Measure CAR T-Mediated Cytotoxicity using Tracer and Viability Dyes