Comet Assay Image Analysis - WimComet
A web-based quantitative image analysis of comet assays with automated readout of fluorescence intensities
- Complete solution for comet assay readout - only a few steps from sample preparation to image analysis
- Objective and reproducible analysis
- Easy and fast data processing - results within hours
- No extra hardware or software needed
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|30008-500||WimComet Quantitative Comet Assay Image Analysis, 500 images||500|
|30008-1000||WimComet Quantitative Comet Assay Image Analysis, 1,000 images||1000|
|30008-2000||WimComet Quantitative Comet Assay Image Analysis, 2,000 images||2000|
|30008-5000||WimComet Quantitative Comet Assay Image Analysis, 5,000 images||5000|
|30008-10000||WimComet Quantitative Comet Assay Image Analysis, 10,000 images||10000|
|30008-20000||WimComet Quantitative Comet Assay Image Analysis, 20,000 images||20000|
|30008-50000||WimComet Quantitative Comet Assay Image Analysis, 50,000 images||50000|
|30008-100000||WimComet Quantitative Comet Assay Image Analysis, 100,000 images||100000|
WimComet is an image analysis solution that is specially designed to objectively measure the DNA damage in comet assay images, with high precision and reliability. It provides an automated and reproducible quantification of the comet head and tail by using high-end image processing algorithms to detect and compare the signals between the two of them.
Wimasis, the certified partner of ibidi for quantitative image analysis, developed an analysis solution to quantitatively evaluate vessel formation in comet assays. The Image Analysis solution generates fast results, without the need for extra hardware or software.First, perform your single cell gel electrophoresis and record your fluorescence images. Then, simply upload your data and receive a summary of results, via E-mail, and download the detailed results.
Detailed Description of the Analysis:
For the imput data, WimComet uses fluorescence microscopy images of the comet assay, where the bright comets are shown in a dark background. Both images, with one or several comets, can be analyzed.