Together with our colleagues from ImSol UK, our Life Science team will have a booth at the World Organoid Research Day 2024 in Cambridge, UK. We will present our high-content imaging devices with which you can elevate your organoid research to the next level.
Single Cellome Unit SU10 enables selective delivery into the nucleus and cytoplasm of targeted cells under a microscope.
Using a glass pipette (nanopipette) tip with a diameter of several tens of nanometers minimizes damage to cells.
The Single Cellome Unit SU10 can deliver various substances at high speed and efficiency by automating cell surface detection, puncture, and injection operations.
The Single Cellome System SS2000 can automatically sample intracellular components and whole cells under a confocal microscope.
Since cells in culture do not need to be detached, it is possible to sample while maintaining positional and morphological information.
This sampling system combines high content analysis functions such as high-speed, high-resolution image acquisition and imaging analysis.
Deze systeemcomponent automatiseert de penetratie en injectie van afzonderlijke cellen met behulp van een nanopipette. De lage invasiviteit maakt manipulatie van levende afzonderlijke cellen mogelijk.
The Single Cellome™ System 2000 is a system that automatically samples specific regions of cells or whole cells at the single-cell level while imaging cells in culture with a confocal microscope. Because cells in culture do not need to be detached, positional and morphological information is maintained.
This application note will introduce the features of the SU10 and provide examples demonstrating the delivery of genome editing tools (Cas9 RNP) using the technology.
YOKOGAWA will contribute to technology evolution particularly in measurement and analytical tools to help build a world where researchers will increasingly focus on insightful interpretation of data, and advancing Life Science to benefit humanity.
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