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ProductsImageXpress 5000A from Molecular Devices
Company Molecular Devices
Item ImageXpress 5000A
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Description The ImageXpress 5000A automated cellular imaging and analysis system is an integrated hardware and software system designed specifically for rapid acquisition and analysis of fluorescence images for high throughput cell-based screening.

ImageXpress is fast. Scanning an entire 384-well plate at full resolution (1280 x 1024 pixels), with two fluorescence images per well, takes less than 13 minutes. Scanning an entire 96-well plate at full resolution, with two fluorescence images per well, takes less than 4 minutes. ImageXpress achieves this level of performance because the entire system from the custom-designed optical components to the efficient software user interface is designed and built for screening. Axons optical, mechanical and electronics engineers have created a fully-automated inverted epifluorescence microscope with the features you need:

  • efficient, uniform illumination for brief exposure times and maximal throughput
  • robust, high-speed laser autofocus
  • rapid selection of up to 10 excitation and emission filters and up to 4 dichroic beamsplitters
  • reliable, high-speed, precision mechanics for continuous operation
  • uncompromised image quality, with diffraction-limited imaging optics and high-resolution cooled CCD imaging
ImageXpress includes a complete software solution for screening at no extra cost! All phases of your workflow are included, from interactive control of the instrument during assay development, to automated plate scanning, data storage and analysis. Powerful visualization tools are included that link the extracted data in spreadsheets and custom graphs to the actual objects in images for quality control. Our software engineers have built a system with features every bit as impressive as the hardware:
  • powerful, intuitive graphical user interface
  • scalable, high-performance, client-server database for image storage, retrieval and archiving
  • full scripting capability for maximally flexible automation
  • sophisticated image analysis algorithms for automated analysis
  • refreshingly, the ImageXpress software suite is included in the base system price
The ImageXpress system has the power and speed to run your current assays efficiently. With its open-system architecture and full scripting capability, ImageXpress software provides unmatched flexibility to speed your assay development team in creating your next generation of high-information content fluorescent cellular assays.
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