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Cytation 1 Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Reader

Cytation 1
Cytation™ 1 Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Reader combines fluorescence and high contrast brightfield imaging with conventional multi-mode detection without the expense and complexity commonly associated with other digital microscopy systems. This unique, patented design provides both quantitative phenotypic cellular information with well-based quantitative data. Cytation 1's multi-mode detection module includes high sensitivity filter-based fluorescence and a monochromator system for UV-Vis absorbance. Temperature control and shaking are standard; CO2/O2 control and reagent injectors are available. BioTek’s powerful Gen5 software makes image capture and plate reading easy.
 
Cytation 1 is a key component of Agilent Technologies’ Seahorse XF Imaging and Normalization System. XFe Analyzers simultaneously measure the two major cellular energy-producing pathways, mitochondrial respiration and glycolysis, in live cells and in real time. The integrated solution with Cytation 1 combines cellular analysis and imaging for an intuitive workflow to streamline XF data interpretation.

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Cytation 1 Receive free Laser Autofocus when you purchase a Lionheart FX, Lionheart LX, Cytation 5 or Cytation 1 Imaging Reader.

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應用

With the ability to collect phenotypic and quantitative data in a single experiment, Cytation 1 is a powerful tool for imaging applications, and conventional multi-mode applications.

Rabbit spinal cord
HeLa cells treated with SmartFlare™ CY5-GAPDH Reagent at 20x

High contrast brightfield for label-free cell counting.
High contrast brightfield for label-free cell counting.


These are just a few examples of the many important applications for Cytation 1. Visit our Applications page to see more.

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