CELLviewer is an automated Lab-On-a-Chip platform consisting of a 3D culture system that combines time-lapse microscopy and microfluidic technologies to allow contamination-free in-vitro culturing and analysis of floating single cells and organoids/cellular aggregates.

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Intervista CellDynamics TRC Emilia-Romagna: Daniele Gazzola e Giovanni Giozzet Daniele Gazzola (CTO e Presidente, CellDynamics) e Giovanni Giozzet (Sales Manager, CellDynamics) parlano della evoluzione della startup biotecnologica bolognese, CellDynamics a TRC-L'informazione in Emilia Romagna
HOS DiOC6 single cell CELLviewer enables high-content analyzed of single cells. Here you can see a HOS cell, stained with DiOC6 probe (green signal).
Jurkat single cell High resolution imaging of a Jurkat single cell with CELLviewer platform
S. cerevisiae 4D cell culture S. cerevisiae 4D cell culture, a time lapse analysis with CELLviewer platform.
CELLviewer: live imaging of HOS cancer spheroid of 77 micron CELLviewer: Live imaging of a HOS cancer spheroid of about 77 micron of diameter and stained with DiOC6 probe (FITC labelling).

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