oCelloScope is easy to use in your laboratory, our technical documents covers the features of the oCelloScope system and provide guidance for configuration and data processing. Take a look at our application notes, white papers and scientific posters.

 

Application notes

oCelloScope technology

oCelloScope technology is well suited for liquid samples such as microbial cultures as well as mammalian cell cultures and other kinds of analytes. Read more

 

Overview of the oCelloScope applications for real-time monitoring of microbial dynamics

Get a visual overview of how oCelloScope works under various applications. Read more

 

oCelloScope vs. OD plate reader

Get an overview of the benefits using oCelloScope compared to a OD plate reader. Read more

 

Automated monitoring of bacterial growth and growth inhibition

oCelloScope can be used for non-invasive, sensitive and rapid image-based detection of bacterial growth. Read more

 

Quick Guide: Automated monitoring of bacterial growth and growth inhibition

Find general guidelines for sample preparation, learn how to perform data analysis and export data for presentations. Read more

 

Rapid antimicrobial susceptibility testing and determination of MIC value using oCelloScope

AST using oCelloScope showed a statistically significant antibiotic effect within 6 minutes for E. coli monocultures; and within 30 minutes in complex samples from pigs with catheter-associated urinary tract infections. Read more

 

Evaluating the differences between optical density measurements and oCelloScope to monitor microbial growth

OD measurements have a lower limit of detection of 8×106 cells/mL for E. coli, while with oCelloScope, the SESA algorithm enables detection of concentrations < 8×106 cells/mL. Read more

 

Evaluating the differences between optical density measurements and oCelloScope to monitor yeast growth

oCelloScope effectively monitors bacterial and fungal growth and growth inhibition over time. Read more

 

Performing cell migration experiments using the oCelloScope and the CellDirector® 2D assay

Find out how to monitor cell response to chemotactic concentration gradients using the CellDirector® 2D assay (Gradientech AB) and the oCelloScope. Read more

White papers

A digital time-lapse bright field technology to drive faster label-free bioanalysis

This white paper presents the design characteristics, operational features and key advantages of a new digital time-lapse bright field technology. It demonstrates uses and the great potential across a range of applications involving bioanalysis of microbial and mammalian cells. Read the white paper

Posters

Digital time-lapse bright field microscopy allows online monitoring, screening and characterization of yeasts and filamentous fungi

  1. Canali et al., 11-14 July 2016, 6th Conference on physiology of yeast and filamentous fungi, Lisbon, Portugal

Get a summary of how oCelloScope can be used for extensive analysis of three species of Penicillium. See the poster

 

An enhanced digital time-lapse bright field technology for bioanalytical research

  1. Canali et al., 25-27 May 2016, 26th Anniversary world congress on biosensors, Gothenburg, Sweden

Get an overview of the oCelloScope system including the technology, image processing analysis and presentation of conclusions. See the poster