Noelle J.A Ali, OMNI Life Science will outline the features of the incubator microscope, zenCELLowl for real-time data capturing and analysis.
Prof. Joachim Wegener’s lab, Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Chemo- and Biosensors at the University of Regensburg is focused on interfacing animal cells (2D monolayers or 3D aggregates) with physical transducers to monitor the cell response during toxicological or pharmacological assays non-invasively and in real-time.
Our guest speaker, Ms. Simone Ruckdaeschel, from the research group of Prof. Joachim Wegener, will show data from time-lapse imaging of 3D multicellular spheroids with the zenCELL owl.
Prof. Wegener’s group demonstrated that zenCELLowl allows the monitoring of differential growth and adhesion behavior of these spheroids in real-time when grown in contact with non-adhesive or adhesive surfaces.
PS: To study Organoid/Spheroid morphology in high-throughput, the CELENA®X as a fully automated digital imaging system makes the set-up easy, even for longer assays.