LiveCyte Kinetic Imaging Cytometer: The smarter system for live cell analysis

09 Apr, 2018 | Newsletters
LiveCyte Kinetic Imaging Cytometer: The smarter system for live cell analysis

ATA Scientific is pleased to be the new local distributor for the Livecyte™ Cell Imaging and Analysis system developed by UK-based company Phasefocus™.

The Livecyte is a unique imaging system for live cell analysis used to study cell functions and behaviour without the need for staining or tagging. Based on Ptychographic Quantitative Phase Imaging (QPI) technology, individual cells and cell populations can be automatically tracked and analysed for phenotypic and kinetic behaviour including motility over several hours or days.

With the ability to automatically analyse multiple parameters simultaneously from a single experiment, scientists can accurately and efficiently define the impact of experimental conditions on each and every cell. This makes the Livecyte pertinent across a wide range of application areas including immunological, neurobiological, cancer and basic cell biology research.

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Watch this Video to learn more about the Live cell Analysis system called Livecyte. The video will outline the QPI technique and cover the core strengths of the system.

Watch this video to see how the Livecyte is enabling scientists to establish which cell types are the most resistant to existing cancer treatments.


The ATA Scientific Encouragement Award aims to provide young scientists with financial assistance to further their education and attend scientific meetings and conferences.

Simply outline in 500 words or less your answer to the question on our website. The participant who submits the most amusing or imaginative entry will receive the A$1500 award. There are also two runner up awards of $600 each.

Competition closing date 30 April 2018. Conditions apply.

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