Only the powerfully simple Harmony® High Content Imaging and Analysis Software unleashes the full potential of your Operetta® High Content Imaging System or Opera Phenix™ High Content Screening System.
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Harmony provides a complete solution with all the tools you need to set up assays and automate your high content imaging experiments, acquire images and analyze data and then store, retrieve and present the results.
Designed for biologists, Harmony’s workflow-based interface makes the whole process of high content analysis straightforward, even for new users with little microscopy or programming knowledge.
With regular upgrades this efficient, flexible solution for gathering unbiased data from your cell samples, keeps ahead of your increasing research needs.
The powerful way to unbiased, statistically relevant data
Access, store, share. Manage your results efficiently
Creating algorithms has never been this easy
PhenoLOGIC™ enables biologists to train software to develop the image analysis algorithms. While other systems may require an image analysis expert to create an algorithm, PhenoLOGIC uses proprietary machine-learning technology to make it easy for you to do it on your own. Using a learn-by-example approach, images can be segmented with just a few clicks of the mouse and then tailored algorithms developed quickly and easily.
More Accurately Locate Your Object of Interest for Greater Efficiency
Harness the power of intelligent image acquisition with PreciScan for more efficient high-content imaging and analysis. This optional plug-in for the Harmony software enables you to more accurately target your object of interest for significantly reduced acquisition and analysis times, particularly valuable for 3D microtissue and rare event studies.
Whichever assay you are working on, the Harmony software offers a solution:
*Than Harmony 3.5
|Resource Type||File Name||File Format|
|Application Note||3D Analysis of Cell Invasion using Operetta||PDF 1 MB|
|Application Note||A Multiparametric Live-Cell Cytotoxicity Analysis using the Operetta||PDF 1 MB|
|Application Note||Analysis of Stem Cell Differentiation using Operetta||PDF 1 MB|
|Application Note||Automated Single Cell Tracking using Operetta||PDF 2 MB|
|Application Note||Comparison of HCA ImagAmp and Conventional Indirect Immunofluorescence for High-Content Analysis Applications||PDF 508 KB|
|Application Note||Cytotoxicity Studies on 3D Primary Liver Microtissues||PDF 2 MB|
|Application Note||Cytotoxicity Studies on Live Primary Human Hepatocytes using Operetta||PDF 2 MB|
|Application Note||Determination of Cell Cycle Phase using the Operetta||PDF 618 KB|
|Application Note||Image-based Quantification of PKC Activation using Operetta||PDF 827 KB|
|Application Note||Image-based Quantification of the Huntingtin Protein using the Operetta||PDF 833 KB|
|Application Note||Imaging Bile Canaliculi in 3D Liver Microtissues using the Opera Phenix HCS System||PDF 1 MB|
|Application Note||Measuring FRET using the Opera Phenix High-Content Screening System||PDF 484 KB|
|Application Note||Quantitative Analysis of 3D Microtissue Growth and Biomarker Intensity using Operetta||PDF 916 KB|
|Application Note||Quantitative Analysis of Embryoid Bodies Using the Operetta System||PDF 921 KB|
|Application Note||Screening Epigenetic HDAC Inhibitors – A Workflow Comprising HTS and HCS||PDF 1 MB|
|Application Note||Signal Amplification Strategies for Rapid and Sensitive High Content Analysis||PDF 776 KB|
|Application Note||Studying Kidney Injury using Operetta||PDF 1 MB|
|Application Note||Studying NfkB signaling dynamics using Operetta||PDF 864 KB|
|Application Note||Visualization of Cathepsin Activity using Operetta and ProSense 680||PDF 1 MB|
|Technical Note||Opera Phenix High Content Screening System Technical Performance: Improved 3D Imaging||PDF 1 MB|
|Technical Note||Workflows for In-depth High Content Analysis||PDF 1 MB|
|Poster||Automation of both sample preparation and analysis of a cell migration assay||PDF 911 KB|
|Poster||FRET-based Quantification of Protein-Protein Interactions using the Opera Phenix HCS System||PDF 808 KB|
|Poster||Image-based quantification of HCS cell-based assays using the Operetta/Harmony imaging platform||PDF 867 KB|
|Poster||Pushing the Boundaries of 3D Microtissue Analysis using High Content Imaging||PDF 990 KB|
|Poster||Screening HDAC Inhibitors – A Workflow Comprising High Throughput And High Content Screening||PDF 720 KB|
|Poster||Studying kidney injury using the Operetta High Content Imaging System||PDF 454 KB|
|Case Study||Inhibition of MicroRNA Sensitizes 3D Breast Cancer Microtissues to Radiation Therapy||PDF 786 KB|
|Microsite||For comprehensive information about our products, technologies and software for high-content screening and analysis, please visit our microsite||Link|
|Technical Note||Opera Phenix High-Content Screening System Technical Performance: Speed||Link|
|Video Tutorials||Harmony video tutorial series||Link|