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Operetta High-Content Imaging System

The Operetta system is no longer available, and has been replaced by the Operetta CLS high-content analysis system.

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For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Detail Information

The Operetta system is no longer available, and has been replaced by the Operetta CLS high-content analysis system.

Specifications

21 CFR Part 11 Compatible No
Automation Compatible Yes
Detection Method Transmission, Fluorescence
Interface Ethernet
Light Source Xenon
Portable No
Product Brand Name Operetta
Warranty Yes
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Application Note

Automated Single Cell Tracking using the Operetta System: Analyzing Chemokinesis of Cancer Cells

In this application note, we describe a high-content screening application for analyzing the migration of non-small cell lung cancer cells in a live cell assay. Using the Operetta® high-content imaging system and digital phase contrast imaging, we tracked migrating cancer cells using automated single cell tracking in the Harmony® high-content imaging and analysis software.

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Brochure

3D Cell Culture Solutions Brochure

Download our brochure to learn how our solutions help you to grow, detect, and analyze 3D cells.

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Drug Discovery Screening Solutions Brochure

Info on PerkinElmer's complete solutions for high-throughput and phenotypic screening.

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Case Study

A Workflow to Characterize and Benchmark Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells

Human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) offer tremendous opportunities for disease modeling and discovery of novel therapeutics. The UK-based Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Initiative (HipSci) aims to advance iPSC technology and pave the way to discovering how genomic variation impacts cellular phenotype by offering the scientific community access to a vast panel of cell lines with thorough characterization and data analysis tools. This case study details a phenotypic screen used to characterize human iPSCs on diverse extracellular matrix substrates, and a method for the capture of specific phenotypes emerging upon cell-to-cell contact.

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