The PhenoVue™ Cell Painting Kit comprises 6 validated, pre-optimized fluorescent probes, in accordance with the JUMP consortium protocol v3, and associated diluent to streamline the cell painting workflow.
The PhenoVue cell painting kit is validated for use in high-content screening systems such as the Opera Phenix Plus.
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Cell Painting is a powerful phenotypic high-content screening approach which combines cell and computational biology to unravel cells’ responses when subjected to perturbagens.
Cell are "painted" by labelling different cellular compartments with different fluorescent bioprobes to quantitatively profile multiple phenotypic parameters in order to better understand the effects of chemical compounds, drugs, genes, or other test articles.
The PhenoVue Cell Painting JUMP Kit comprises validated, pre-optimized fluorescent bioprobes, aligned to the JUMP consortium protocol v3, to streamline your workflow, saving time and costs.
|Product Brand Name||PhenoVue™|
|Quantity in a Package Amount||80.0 Vials|
|Shipping Condition||Dry Ice|
|Unit Size||For 100 x 384-well microplates|
Cell Painting is a powerful high-content screening method which combines cell and computational biology to unravel cells’ responses and gain a deeper understanding of the effects of chemical and genetic perturbagens.
However, implementation of cell painting is not without its challenges - from choosing a cell model and labeling reagents, to optimizing instrumentation and making sense of the thousands of features that are extracted during data analysis.
Download our application note to learn how to:
This brochure describes PerkinElmer's PhenoVue cellular imaging reagents plus microplates, Imaging instruments, imaging and analysis software and automation.
Phenotypic Drug Discovery Re-Imagined
Cell Painting is a phenotypic screening method and a powerful application of high-content screening technology which combines cell and computational biology to elucidate the behavior of cells under the influence of perturbagens, such as chemical compounds, drugs, genes, or other entities.
Download our white paper to learn about the origins of the Cell Painting technique, its potential impact on the drug discovery paradigm, together with practical hints and tips for success.