Cytotoxicity Image Analysis - WimCytotoxicity
A web-based quantitative image analysis of cytotoxicity assays with automated detection of live and affected/dead cells
- Complete solution for cytotoxicity assays - only a few steps from sample preparation to image analysis
- Objective and reproducible analysis
- Easy and fast data processing - results within hours
- No more manual cell counting
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|30007-1000||WimCytotoxicity Quantitative Cytotoxicity Image Analysis, 1,000 images||1000|
|30007-2000||WimCytotoxicity Quantitative Cytotoxicity Image Analysis, 2,000 images||2000|
|30007-5000||WimCytotoxicity Quantitative Cytotoxicity Image Analysis, 5,000 images||5000|
|30007-10000||WimCytotoxicity Quantitative Cytotoxicity Image Analysis, 10,000 images||10000|
|30007-20000||WimCytotoxicity Quantitative Cytotoxicity Image Analysis, 20,000 images||20000|
|30007-50000||WimCytotoxicity Quantitative Cytotoxicity Image Analysis, 50,000 images||50000|
|30007-100000||WimCytotoxicity Quantitative Cytotoxicity Image Analysis, 100,000 images||100000|
The use of fluorescent dyes to assess cellular viability under the effect of cytotoxic agents is an extended practice in pharmaceutical research. It is a key assay in screening the cytotoxic potential of new drug compounds, as well as the study of cell-mediated cytotoxicity, or the evaluation of the effects of cytotoxic pollutants in cells.
Wimasis, the certified partner of ibidi for quantitative image analysis, developed an analysis solution to quantitatively evaluate viability stainings in cell culture. The Image Analysis solution generates fast results, without the need for extra hardware or software.
First, perform your cytotoxicity experiments, with a subsequent fluorescence staining. 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 input data, WimCytotoxicity uses fluorescence microscopy images with two different dyes: one dye for the viable cell population and another one for the cytotoxicity-affected cells. Optionally, an extra nuclear dye can be applied to stain cellular nuclei, which will then improve the accuracy of the cell detection algorithm.