Cytation 7 Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Reader
BioTek Cytation 7 cell imaging multimode reader combines automated digital upright and inverted widefield microscopy with conventional multimode microplate reading. Cytation 7 includes continually variable bandpass monochromators for versatility and performance for general multimode plate reader applications. The inverted microscopy module provides sample visualization and the upright microscopy module with reflected light imaging enables even more applications, including ELISpot and fast slide scanning. Cytation 7 is controlled by Gen5 software, which combines ease-of-use with powerful processing and analysis capabilities.
- Multi-mode plate reader with sophisticated imaging
- Cytation 7: Ready for any assay
- Comprehensive Imaging Solution
- Hit-picking: Multi-mode detection + imaging saves time and data storage
- ELISpot Imaging
- Powerful functionality with ROI identification feature
- Variable bandwidth for sensitivity and specificity
- Micro-volume analysis with Take3 plate
Cytation 7: Ready for any assay
With its combination of hybrid plate reader and advanced microscopy mode, Cytation is truly ready for any assay. Contact us to learn how Cytation can transform your lab and greatly increase your productivity.
Comprehensive imaging solution
Hit-picking: Multi-mode detection + imaging saves time and data storage
Powerful functionality with ROI identification feature
Cytation 7 and Gen5 software facilitate ROI identification. Cytation 7 scans samples at low magnification before prompting the user to identify regions of interest to be imaged at high magnification. This greatly accelerates the process of imaging ROIs in batches of complex microscopic samples.
Variable bandwidth for sensitivity and specificity
Micro-volume analysis with Take3 plate
Turn your Cytation 7 into a micro-volume analysis system with Take3 or Take3 Trio. You can run 16 or 48 samples in one run to save a lot of time compared to single-sample devices. Gen5 is pre-programmed for ssDNA, dsDNA, RNA and protein quantification in 2 μL.