Celigo is a multi-channel imaging cell cytometer designed for scientists performing bench-top experiments in micro-well plates.
Come visit us at booth #413 Merck Technology Symposium 2018 September 5-6, 2018 Ocean Place Resort Long Branch, NJ Posters being presented: High-throughput foci counting of viral titer and antibody neutralization assays using the Celigo Image Cytometer for developing a novel cross-reactive influenza vaccine Long-term time-course monitoring of NK cell-mediated ADCC using the Celigo Image Cytometer A high-throughput 3D tumor spheroid screening method for drug discovery using imaging cytometry
Nexcelom Automated Cell Counters: Accurate, Reproducible Cell Counts for the Entire Cell Therapy Workflow
Cellometer automated cell counters have been facilitating CAR T manufacturing with accurate cell counting and analysis since 2010.
The FDA identifies clonality as one of the most crucial steps in guaranteeing cell line quality and safety. The Celigo Image Cytometer makes single cell sorting easy.
Poster: High-throughput immune complex analysis method for CAR T cell-mediated cytotoxicity using the Celigo Image Cytometer
Download our Poster Abstract: Cancer immunotherapy has been gaining momentum in the field of cancer research. Specifically, Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T cell technology have introduced new methods to combat cancer. Direct cell-mediated cytotoxicity assays are required to assess the killing capability of the engineered CAR T cells. Traditionally, these assays are conducted by measuring the amount of released Chromium, calcein AM, or LDH molecules after the target cancer cells are killed with CAR T cells. These methods require a large amount of target cells which may not be ideal when working with donor primary samples. Additionally, they cannot [...]
Celigo playing an important role in high throughput, high-resolution image acquisition for DNA damage detection. The Celigo S captures 16 images of each well that are then stitched into a single representation Open access article: Next generation high throughput DNA damage detection platform for genotoxic compound screening
November is National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month and research into a cure for the disease is vigorous. In a recently published paper "CRISPR/Cas9-Correctable mutation-related molecular andphysiological phenotypes in iPSC-derived Alzheimer’s PSEN2N141I neurons" researchers used the Celigo image cytometer upstream of CRISPR/Cas9 to visualize and asses cell death related to the sensitivity of iPSC-derived PSEN2N1411 neurons in the presence of Aβ42 oligomer toxicity.
Antibody-directed and drug therapies have been on the forefront of immuno-oncology research in the past 15 years. Since the FDA introduced the Breakthrough Therapy Designation in 2016 for novel promising drug therapies, the number of applicants and approved candidates has increased dramatically. As more and more researchers are looking at drug effects in cancer cells and moving forward in drug discovery, they face many challenges in their day to do work. Performing cell cytotoxicity assays for multiple cell lines with single and combination drug therapies is standard practice in immuno-oncology. While many researches use end-point assays such as MTT, XTT, WST, or CellTiter-Glo, others prefer the manual [...]
Lawrence, Massachusetts – September, 2016 - Nexcelom Bioscience, a leading provider of cell counting and analysis products for biomedical research and the biopharma industry, announced it has released the addition of a 5th channel available as an option on the Celigo image cytometer. The Celigo is a bench-top image cytometry system providing whole-well imaging and quantitative data, through image analysis for demanding cell-based analytical applications. Previous configurations allowed bright field only imaging, or bright field imaging plus 3 fluorescent channels. This new option of bright field plus 4 fluorescent (red, green, blue and far-red) channels will allow researchers more capabilities [...]
The Novo Nordisk Center for Biosustainability (Denmark) set out to improve the efficiency of Chinese hamster ovary (CHO)-cell based production of non-monoclonal antibody, therapeutic glycoproteins designed to serve as biopharmaceuticals. To optimize the growth and production capacities of these CHO cells, the scientists looked at: lipid-based transfection, cell cultivation, cell counting, and antibody-independent product titer. Different growth and transfection parameters were investigated to see which yielded the highest growth profiles and production capacities. The Celigo was used in combination with Hoechst and propidium iodide to count the cells in 96-well format. The system developed here miniaturized the process and allowed [...]