2016 IncuCyte® Videos
Whether it be for simple cell proliferation assays or more advanced stem cell differentiation biology, our live-cell, non-perturbing imaging approach yields kinetic data and insight far beyond that achievable with conventional end-point or non-image based approaches. IncuCyte® now has over 1000 publication references in a variety of research areas such as immunology, immuno-oncology, neuroscience, cell health etc.
Browse through some of the interesting IncuCyte® videos shared by our customers from their research .
Live imaging of T cells engineered to target and kill tumor cells
Mauro Castellarin, University of Pennsylvania
"Using the IncuCyte® ZOOM system for immune cell cytoxicity assays allows me to simultaneously observe both the immune cells and target cells. It can provide quantitative information on immune cells such as cell survival, cell cycle and serial killing."
iCell Motor Neurons
Mike Hancock, Cellular Dynamics International
"At Cellular Dynamics International, we use induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) technology to generate stem cells from blood samples. These stem cells are used as source material to produce a wide range of human cell types (e.g., cardiomyocytes, neurons, hepatocytes) to enable research for drug discovery, safety toxicology, and regenerative medicine. IncuCyte® live-cell analysis facilitates image-based monitoring and characterization of these human iPSC-derived cell models under a variety of cell culture conditions."
Radiation-induced neurite outgrowth
Roel Quintens, Belgian Nuclear Research Institute
"We only purchased the instrument a couple of weeks ago so it's too early to comment on its impact, but I'm certain that the IncuCyte® will help to speed up several aspects of our research in the near future. First results already look very promising."
MCF10a NeuN +HUVEC co-culture
Swathi Swaminathan, Drexel University
"We had used IncuCyte® to study Breast Cancer co-culture with endothelial cells on matrigel in vitro...Not only is the imaging of great help, the on-going analysis along with the imaging is the biggest advantage that helped us quantify the cell viability of either cell lines over a period of time."
IPSC sensory neurons
Claudia Wing, University of Chicago
"IncuCyte® ZOOM has allowed us to track our neurons overtime and better assertion and measure the damage that is taking place with chemotherapy drug. The 6 plate format is extremely nice to crank out some data quickly. We absolutely love this machine!!"
Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Growing to Confluency for 3 Days
Andrew Agbay, University of Victoria
"The IncuCyte® has helped me track the growth of hiPSCs and differentiation in a very easy and reproducible manner. I have also used the IncuCyte® to quantify neurite outgrowth which could not be easily done without the Neurotrack software. The IncuCyte® has been a very valuable device for gathering a lot of data easily and quickly; it's easier to publish research with the IncuCyte®'s tools at our disposal."
Apoptosis of a human prostate cancer cell line
Fiorella Magani, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
"Incucyte® made my analysis faster and more reliable. Before, I was seeding too many cells and plates to count by hand. Incucyte helped me increase my number of replicates with minimal effort and saved me a lot of time and reagents."