Our new cell-by-cell analysis module allows users to ‘count and classify’ heterogeneity in cell populations over time.
This software uses novel algorithms to segment the HD phase-contrast images which facilitates (1) label-free true cell counting (2) extraction of basic morphological features of individual cells (e.g. size, shape), and (3) measurement of fluorescence intensity that originates from within each cell (‘fluorescence within a phase boundary’). The ability to analyse at a cell-by-cell level will enable the characterisation of subsets and the power to monitor these individual groups in their response to various stimuli.
In this webinar Clare discusses:
- Overview and validation of the cell-by-cell analysis module
- How cell-by-cell analysis enables monitoring and quantification of dynamic phenotypic changes in heterogeneous populations
- Examples of how the software may be used for cell subset identification in order to provide an end-to-end solution for the study of heterogeneous populations in 96 well format