Life Science

Our microscopy and life sciences solutions are designed to support applications from basic research to drug discovery to pre-clinical trials. Yokogawa’s high content analysis systems and dual spinning disk confocal technologies are used in regenerative medicine, drug discovery, and precision medicine, providing high-speed and high-resolution live cell imaging.

  • As the pioneer in dual spinning disk technology, Yokogawa's confocal scanner units enable real-time live cell imaging technology, transforming optical microscopes. 

  • Our high-content analysis systems utilize powerful analysis software to address a range of research applications from basic science to drug discovery screening.

Spinning disk confocal

microlens / fastsacnning / minimal photo bleach / high resolution

Microlens-enhanced Nipkow Disk Technology

Microlens-enhanced Nipkow Disk Technology

Fast scanning

point scanning

Point Scanning
1 line scan time=1[ms]
1000 lines/image
Scan lines=1000 [lines]
1×1000=1000 [ms]

disk scanning

Disk Scanning by CSU
Rotation Speed=10000 [rpm]=41.7[rps]
30°Rotation/image
1÷( 41.7×30/360 )= 0.5 [ms]

 

 

March 01,2018

Sales release : High Content Data Management System CellLibrarian

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December 029,2017

SLAS 2018

February 3-7, 2018

Courtyard by San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA (Booth no. 452)

We will exhibit our high-content analysis (HCA) systems at SLAS 2018. To meet the increasing demands for HCA, we have been providing LIVE CELL 3D HCA systems by our original technology. We will introduce our long-awaited NEW product, CellVoyager CV8000.

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December 29,2017 Sales news : The Discontinuation of CellVoyagerTM CV7000S High-throughput Cytological Discovery System
September 05,2017

Sales release : CellVoyagerTMCV8000 High-throughput Cytological Discovery System

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January 19,2017

SLAS High-Content Screening Conference 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 to Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Courtyard by Marriott Madrid Princesa, Calle de la Princesa 40 Madrid 28008 Spain (Booth no. 4)

We will exhibit our high-content analysis (HCA) systems at SLAS High-Content Screening Conference 2017. To meet the increasing demands for HCA, we have been providing LIVE CELL 3D HCA systems by our original technology. We will introduce our long-awaited NEW product, CellVoyager CV8000.

Find out more about SLAS High-Content Screening Conference 2017

January 19,2017

SLAS2017

Saturday, February 4, 2017 to Wednesday, February 8, 2017 (Exhibition is from Monday, February 6)

Walter E. Washington Convention Center 801 Mt. Vernon Place NW, Washington, DC USA (Booth No. 1504)

We will exhibit our High Content Analysis (HCA) systems at SLAS2017.
To meet the increasing demands for HCA, we have been providing LIVE CELL 3D HCA systems by our original technology. We will introduce our HCA systems, CellVoyager CV7000S and CQ1, and their applications.

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April 04,2016

Poster presentation in 3D Cell Culture 2016, 19-21 April 2016, Konzerthaus Freiburg/Germany

Yokogawa Electric Corporation will present data obtained by our confocal image cytometer CQ1 in “3D Cell Culture 2016: How close to ‘in vivo’ can we get? Models, Application & Translation”. The poster will show the results of 3D live cell imaging and analysis of the migration and the network formation of HUVEC cells in a multilayered cell sheet. The results demonstrate that CQ1 is an excellent research tool in the field such as regenerative medicine and drug discovery screening.

*Data were provided from BioProcess Systems Engineering Lab., Dept.Biotech., Grad. Sch. Eng., Osaka University.

Poster presentation in 3D Cell Culture 2016

February 10,2016 Yokogawa Concludes Distribution Agreement with Optec, LLC for Sale of Confocal Quantitative Image Cytometer CQ1 at the markets of OPTEC activity
October 01,2015 Sales release : Label-free Morphological Analysis Software CellActivision

 

Overview:

Visualizing the cell behavioral basis of epithelial morphogenesis and epithelial cancer progression

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Discovering the Basic Principles of Life through the Live Imaging of C. elegans

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Spinning Disk Confocal Microscopy for Quantitative Imaging and Multi-Point Fluorescence Fluctuation Spectroscopy.

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Use of the spinning disk confocal at the Harvard Medical School microscopy core.

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New Era in Manmmalian Genetics Research: To utilize the same embryo after long-time 3D observation!

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Faster, Deeper, and Clearer -in vivo molecular imaging technology-

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On-site manipulation of protein activities: Understanding intricate cell signaling pathways.

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Getting Closer to “Plant Cell World”with High-speed Live Imaging and Image Information Processing.

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Closing in on Neuronal Circuit Dynamics through High-speed, fMCI.

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