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Next Generation Cytation Technology: A Revolutionary Modular Tool for Smarter Detection, Characterization & Screening

Related Products: Cytation C10

January 26, 2021

Presenter: Dr. Charles William Amirmansour; Global Business Development Manager, BioTek Instruments

Are you seeking new ways to decipher disease onset and progression, develop new therapies and their mechanisms of action or probe the complexity of cell biology in general? Whether your focus is on detecting and characterizing your target or running a screening campaign, application versatility, workflow efficiency and research productivity all play a part in deciding which approach you should take. The ability to generate physiologically relevant cell model data used in early drug discovery can significantly reduce attrition of drug candidates to achieve better therapies. Cytation technology was developed with all this in mind, empowering you to make scientific breakthroughs faster by taking a multidisciplinary approach to your research.

Biochemical target-based and cellular quantitative imaging workflows allow you to generate complimentary data sets to validate your hypotheses and bring new discoveries to market sooner. Also, a broad spectrum of reliable and sensitive target-based assay formats tied to modalities such as UV/Vis photometry, fluorescence intensity, and glow/flash luminescence enables one to study the mechanism of action of a drug candidate, whilst assessing safety and efficacy by use of complementary quantitative imaging, high content screening and analysis. This allows one to assess changes in cell structure, behaviour and phenotype. For each target, take a diversified approach for your study by selecting the ideal method based on strengths of the technique.

Our next generation Cytation optics facilitates a diverse array of workflows ranging from 3D cell culture assays through to whole organism imaging, amongst many others; driving biological diversity and relevance as a function of high-resolution imaging. By using dedicated optical pathways, you can now reveal subtle phenotypic changes and gain more physiologically relevant insight into your biology making ground-breaking discoveries come to light!

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.