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Automated Assay-Analysis Software

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Automated Assay Analysis SoftwareFastTrack AI automated software from ibidi GmbH tracks and analyzes chemotaxis data using artificial intelligence to automatically track and fluorescently label assays.

After sample preparation and live cell imaging using techniques like brightfield or phase contrast microscopy, among others, scientists upload raw image data to the cloud for objective and reproducible results within minutes. When using FastTrack AI, even image stacks with optically bad quality can be automatically analyzed. The migration of cells that undergo strong morphological changes, or those that are out of focus, can also be tracked on a single cell level.

Researchers can use FastTrack AI to analyze 2D and 3D chemotaxis assays with the µ-Slide Chemotaxis, and they can also apply the versatile software to customer-specific approaches. No additional hardware or software is needed, as FastTrack AI is a web-based analysis platform.

Nov/Dec 2020

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