Cell Imaging System - Bertin Technologies

Cell Imaging System

InCellis is the new generation of cell imager. Its unique low light colour sensor allows the highest sensitivity in fluorescence. Embedded cell culture applications provide accurate and quick results.

To generate high-quality live images of cells in culture, cell biologists can label the cells with fluorescence. InCellis® from Bertin Instruments has been specially designed to generate high-quality and high-sensitivity fluorescence images and to perform cell proliferation and viability tests with ease. To achieve this, the cell imaging system uses a CMOS colour sensor connected to a large touchscreen and patented lighting technology.


Cell viability assay with fluorescent labelling

On standard cell culture samples, it takes less than a minute for the integrated InCellis® Apps from Bertin Instruments to calculate transfection efficiency, cell culture confluency and the total number of cells. The cell imaging system, used in various areas, gives biologists a reliable response, right on the bench, to help them monitor the quality of cell cultures The image sensitivity provided by the InCellis® solution is ideal for cell viability assays.

Cell viability assay: monitoring cell lines
Cell viability is central to numerous disciplines of research and development. It can be assessed using a cell viability test during studies into the toxicity of certain chemical compounds or cancer medications, for example.
In the production of biopharmaceutical products, vaccines and proteins of interest, fluorescence microscopy can be used to monitor the quality of the cell lines used in the production.

Cell viability assay in stem cell culture
Cell therapy applications, for example human cell transplants, require the culture of stem cells. Cell viability assays using microscopic fluorescence is key here to monitor the fragile cell lines in culture.


Cell proliferation assay by calculating cell confluency

Cell proliferation tests are simplified using the InCellis® cell imaging system, which performs calculations without interfering with the sample, as no trypsinization is needed. This means that the population of cells in the cultures subject to stimuli or substance addition can be analysed with ease.
The net and qualitative images obtained are also of considerable help to cancer researchers when studying the anti-tumour effect of drugs.

Microscopic fluorescence techniques also enable biologists to identify microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses and fungi.


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Watch a video about InCellis, the new generation of cell imager

Bertin Instruments is launching InCellis, a unique smart cell imaging system. Developed with Photonis technology inside, InCellis is able to directly generate publication-quality images of cells, on tissue slides or in cell culture, in brightfield, phase contrast and fluorescence.


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