Comprehensive Cell Tracking: The Axion Lux excels in tracking complex biological processes using both brightfield and fluorescence-based techniques, providing valuable insights for a wide range of cell tracking applications.
Incubator-Friendly: Designed to fit seamlessly within your incubator, the Axion Lux automatically captures timelapse images while maintaining an optimal environment for cell growth. Its compact design is particularly advantageous for laboratories with limited incubator space.
Remote Monitoring and Analysis: The Axion software empowers you to remotely monitor your cells and conduct data analysis conveniently from your desktop, enhancing flexibility and efficiency in your research.
Quick Start: With a brief training session, you can swiftly start using the Axion Lux systems. These devices are user-friendly, require minimal installation effort, and operate without the need for maintenance or calibration.
Scalability: Address your evolving research needs by connecting multiple Lux devices, allowing you to simultaneously monitor multiple culture vessels, thus expanding your experimental capacity.
The Axion Lux offers effortless visualization of intricate cellular biology. Its blend of brightfield and fluorescence imaging, along with advanced software tools and an intuitive design, positions the Axion Lux as an indispensable asset in any laboratory. Uncover comprehensive insights into the kinetics of cell proliferation, migration, and morphology, while also assessing cell health, providing a profound understanding of complex cell behavior.
The Axion Lux platform offers three distinct software modules tailored to accommodate your specific assay requirements:
Cell Confluence: This module is available in both brightfield and fluorescence modes, enabling you to precisely determine the optimal timing for cell passaging or to track cell growth and viability in your experiments.
Wound Healing/Scratch Assay: Investigate the dynamic process of wound closure over time, gaining valuable insights into cellular migration and tissue repair.
Fluorescent Object Count: Specifically designed for running fluorescence-based assays, this module allows you to quantitatively measure fluorescent objects over time and across different wells, ensuring accurate assessments of dynamic cellular responses.