Volodymyr Nechyporuk-Zloy (Nikon, BioImaging Lab Manager)
Luca Clario (CrestOptics, Business Development)
High content imaging is about imaging more – more detection channels, more time points, more data.
It’s no wonder that high content imaging and analysis is a powerful tool for so many applications, such as phenotypic screening in drug discovery research. However, the greatest strength of high content imaging – the volume of rich data created – can also be its greatest drawback, creating critical bottlenecks in experiment design, data storage, and image analysis.
During this webinar, in collaboration with Dr. Volodymyr Nechyporuk-Zloy, Nikon Bioimaging Laboratory Manager, we will present:
- A stable yet flexible platform for long-term live-cell high content that addresses common process bottlenecks to provide 24/7 operational efficiency.
- Fast confocal imaging of thick samples in 96well plate, such as spheroids, organoids, organ-on-a-chip, and tissues, with CrestOptics X-Light V3 spinning disk confocal system and long-range objectives.
- NIS.ai deep learning software modules which can be trained to perform a number of different analysis tasks, such as segmentation, and can be integrated into an automated imaging and analysis pipeline.