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Revolutionizing High-content Imaging

A new generation of high-content imaging systems such as the PerkinElmer Operetta CLS High Content Imaging System and Harmony High Content Imaging and Analysis Software are helping scientists to blaze new trails in cancer drug therapy.

Molecular Imaging Is Helping To Reduce Post-surgical Infections

Scientists at UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine are working with bioluminescent, fluorescent, and positron emission tomography (PET) technologies to reduce infections in post-surgical orthopedic patients as well as fight against metabolic cancer.

3D Cellular Imaging: Some Critical Factors For Success

PerkinElmer and University of Colorado scientists review the current state of high-content (3D) imaging technologies that are advancing rapidly in the biological and biochemical sectors.

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The correct selection of a microplate can help improve signal, reduce background, provide higher image clarity, and enable the use of more relevant biological models in a higher throughput format.

Disease and therapeutic research.

From cancer to infectious disease research, advanced microscopic imaging and analysis techniques help scientist to visualize and quantify biology in the context of individual cells, cell populations and complex tissues.

To answer today’s urgent need for new discoveries and treatments for the most serious diseases, scientists require advanced imaging and detection solutions to better understand cellular processes and phenotypes and non-invasively study diseases.