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 the highest quality data possible and rely on the ability to turn that data into reproducible, quantifiable results.
3D live cell fluorescent microscopy and analysis are aiding understanding of essential processes such as what happens when cancer cells divide uncontrollably or how bacteria are invading host cells. High content analysis and screening provide quantitative descriptions of cellular phenotypes at high throughput to deliver unbiased, statistically significant data on cellular function. Through the use of more relevant models such as primary cells, these results can be more readily translate to in vivo conditions.
PerkinElmer provides a range of imaging solutions to help scientist validating predictions from genomics data, identifying new targets for biotherapeutics or finding new lead compounds in drug discovery that accelerates the research that ultimately improves human health: