The Opera Phenix® Plus High Content Screening System is the premier confocal solution for today's most demanding high content applications. Drawing on over a decade of experience with the industry-leading Opera® and Opera® Phenix system, the Opera Phenix Plus is designed for high-throughput high-content assays, phenotypic screening, assays using complex disease models, such as live cells, primary cells and microtissues, and fast-response assays, such as Ca2+ flux.
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Deeper Insights From Your Most Demanding Assays
The Opera Phenix Plus high-content screening system’s innovative optical design lets you generate richer information through extremely sensitive confocal imaging and at higher throughput than ever through simultaneous acquisition. Because spectral crosstalk is reduced to a minimum, it delivers speed without compromising sensitivity. With proven automated water immersion lenses, you’ll achieve higher throughput and richer content, making it the ideal high-content screening system for discriminating phenotypes and studying complex disease models. And with its liquid handling option and fast imaging frame rate, you can tackle fast-response assays such as calcium flux or cardiomyocyte beating.
Speed or Sensitivity – No Compromise
Proprietary Synchrony™ Optics combine a microlens enhanced Nipkow spinning disk with dual view confocal optics to separate fluorescence excitation and emission during simultaneous acquisition minimizing spectral crosstalk – for greater speed and higher sensitivity.
Capture Fast Cellular Responses
The system’s imaging frame rate of up to 100fps is well-suited to assays that measure the beat-rate of cultured cardiomyocytes, as often used in cardiotoxicity studies. And the fast imaging frame rate, together with the dispense and read capabilities of the optional pipettor module, enables fast response assays in which cell responses occur within milliseconds to seconds – notably calcium flux assays.
It All Comes Together in Harmony® – Acquisition to Analysis Made Easy
Your Total Solution for High Content Screening
Live-cell imaging, the study of living cells using microscopy, has become a requisite technology in many fields of biomedical research, such as cell biology, developmental biology and cancer research. Also, in drug discovery, researchers adopt live-cell imaging as they look for a more detailed understanding of cellular behavior.
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Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of today’s major global public health challenges. Recently, there has been renewed investment in the discovery of novel antimicrobials to urgently address the growing number of drug-resistant infections. This case study describes how Professor Gordon Dougan and his team at the Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre are using high-content analysis to phenotype individual bacteria within a population to investigate adaptive mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance, and to screen for novel alternatives to existing antimicrobials.