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Live-Cell Imager

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Live-Cell ImagerThe CytoSMART Lux3 BR live-cell imager from CytoSMART Technologies BV is a small brightfield microscope equipped with a high-quality, 6.4-MP CMOS camera that allows researchers to perform long-term live-cell imaging experiments.

The device ensures optimal cell growth and health, with the capability of very detailed brightfield images being captured. It is designed to work inside a standard cell culture incubator as all other CytoSMART microscopes, without disturbing temperature, airflow, or optimum culture conditions for the cells. In both the x and y directions, 2072 pixels combined with a 1.45-mm field of view provide a resolution of 0.7 µm/pixel.

Even at the commonly required image resolution of 300 dpi for printed publications, these images can fill the entire page width if desired, without compromising the image quality.

Nov/Dec 2021

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