Thrive Bioscience launches new CellAssist family product capabilities to advance live cell imaging

Thrive Bioscience Inc., an innovative provider of automated live cell imaging instruments and software, debuts a new integrated suite of unique and exciting capabilities that significantly advance the field of live cell imaging.

Thrive's CellAssist family of networkable instruments provide unprecedented new capabilities for researchers to automatically capture 1,000's of time-series images now with 100+ focal planes on one to 50 cell culture plates within a controlled environment. Imaging modes include phase contrast and bright-field at 4x, 10x, and 20x in 6-well to 384-well plates.

The CellAssist family includes a benchtop model and a robotic 50-plate model, each producing comprehensive databases of high-quality images, metrics, and documentation that provide researchers groundbreaking insights into cell and tissue dynamics.

New CellAssist family product capabilities include:

  • Imaging a 4mm z-range with 100+ focal planes, each 2 µm to 50 µm apart (user-selectable)
  • Faster image capture rates (gigabytes of images in minutes)
  • Image correction for physical variations in cell culture plates
  • Imaging in round bottom plates
  • Advanced set-up, networking, and remote access tools

The CellAssist's unique imaging capabilities have vastly improved organoid imaging, IVF imaging, viral plaque assays, gene editing (CRISPR), and stem cell production for researchers."

Thomas Farb-Horch, CEO of Thrive

To find out more about Thrive's different approach to live cell imaging, visit Booth #2443 at the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening annual meeting in San Diego, February 26 – 28, 2023. Also attend the Exhibitor Tutorial, "Image Differently - A Solution for Automated Live Cell Imaging" by Alan Blanchard, CSO of Thrive, February 28, 2:00 pm PST, Room 1B, San Diego Convention Center.


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