To facilitate analysis of results from chemotaxis experiments (time stacks) ibidi has developed this software analysis tool. The tool provides various types of graphs and statistical tests for advanced analysis of experimental data.
Susanne Proksch, Medical Center–University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany
"The µ-Slide Chemotaxis made it possible to study stem cell-mediated chemoattraction of tissue cells, which was realized in a co-culture experiment. I was thrilled with the deliberate system and the convenient all-in-one package supplied by ibidi, including training classes and online courses on how to set up the experiment and how to analyze the data, all with perfect individual customer support. From my point of view, the method is pretty fancy and the µ-Slide Chemotaxis system is very sophisticated, allowing for in vivo-like insights into cell behavior for high-impact publications."
"The ibidi µ-Slides Chemotaxis have been the key to my research on lymphocyte chemotaxis. These slides have allowed me to track and visualize directional motility in lymphocytes. The generated chemokine gradients are stable for over 24 hours and the viability of the cells is amazingly good, allowing for measurements of chemotaxis over prolonged time frames.
I am also using the ibidi Gas Incubation and Temperature Control Systems, which are robust and guarantee perfect stability. Very importantly, the product developers at ibidi provide a great support for the implementation of their systems. Thanks to ibidi for developing cell imaging products of such great quality!"
Loïc Dupré PhD INSERM UMR 1043 Purpan University Hospital Toulouse France