Redox Symposium: IncuCyte Live-Cell Analysis Seminar and Demo Planning
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The IncuCyte® Live Cell Analysis System, developed by Essen BioScience, Inc., is the first system to quantify cell behavior in real time (from hours to weeks) while cells remain undisturbed inside a standard incubator. The IncuCyte® System automatically collects and analyzes images around the clock, providing continuous insight into active biological processes that is difficult to achieve with endpoint assays. The IncuCyte suite of assays are designed specifically for live cell assays to not perturb cell health.
Whether evaluating general cell health metrics such as proliferation, cytotoxicity, and apoptosis or functionally-specific processes such as wound healing, immune cell killing, chemotaxis/migration, antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity (ADCC), or stem cell differentiation, the IncuCyte System is a purpose-built solution, that will increase lab productivity and deliver new insights into the biology of your cells.
Learn about these IncuCyte-ready applications
Wound healing, T-cell killing, label-free cell proliferation, migration and invasion assays, gene expression studies, cytotoxicity and apoptosis, spheroid culture monitoring, co-culture applications, chemotaxis, phagocytosis, angiogenesis, clonal dilution, stem cell monitoring and reprogramming, neurite analysis, reagent coupling and data analysis across multiple fields of research with examples.
Brian W. Jarecki, PhD
Brian received his PhD from Indiana University in Pharmacology and Toxicology with a focus on pain perception. He then completed his postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the Department of Neuroscience with an emphasis on ion channel biophysics. After finishing his postdoc, he took a position with Cellular Dynamics International as the primary scientific liaison in the Drug Discovery and Bioengineering business unit for the US sales team. He recently joined Essen Bioscience as a Technical Sales Representative covering the Upper Midwest.
Kevin Oelstrom, PhD
Kevin received his doctorate from the University of Wisconsin Madison. His graduate work focused on the gating mechanisms of voltage-dependent sodium channels.
Sponsored by the MCW Cancer Center Redox and Bioenergetics Shared Resource
- MCW HRC 4950 (CVC Conference Room)
- 8701 Watertown Plank Rd.
- Milwaukee, WI 53226