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How can I delete the data from the CytoSMART cloud?

It is not possible to delete data. You can download the data to a local drive or server, but there is no way to delete them from the cloud.

What is the CytoSMART System?

The CytoSMART™ System is a mini microscope that is designed to be placed inside a CO2 incubator to monitor cell cultures. Images are almost real time analyzed using image analysis algorithms to provide insights into the cell confluency.

Is the Lucetta Luminometer compatible with MycoAlert PLUS Assay?

Yes. You can use the MycoAlert™ mode of the Lucetta™ Luminometer for running MycoAlert™ PLUS Assay. However, as the MycoAlert™ mode was programmed based on standard MycoAlert™ Assay and has not be adapted to MycoAlert™ PLUS Assay yet, the automatic...

How does the CytoSMART Lux 10X System work?

The CytoSMART™ Lux 10x System consists of three parts: a mini microscope, a tablet and online data storage and analysis (CytoSMART Connect Cloud). The mini microscope is placed inside the CO2 incubator. It is connected, through a cable that goes...

What are the CytoSmart  System applications?

The CytoSMART™ System can be used for many applications, including: Monitoring growth of adherent cells (stem cells, iPSCs, keratinocytes, etc.)Assays (growth assays, toxicity assays, migration assays, nanoparticle uptake)Troubleshooting (e.g....

What type of microscopy technique doe the CytoSMART System use?

The CytoSMART™ Device uses inverted bright-field microscopy. This means the sample is illuminated from the top and observed from below.

Can I detect fluorescence with the CytoSMART Device?

No. The CytoSMART™ Device is not a fluorescent microscope.

What is the resolution of the CytoSMART Lux 10X?

The resolution is 3.5 µm, so it's perfect for any mammalian cells or any cell type you can see with a standard bright-field inverted microscope. Smaller cell types, e.g. algae, are not visible. The CytoSMART™ has a 1 megapixel CMOS camera....

Where are Lonza's normal Adipose Derived Stem Cells isolated from?

Lonza's normal (non-diabetic) Adipose Derived Stem Cells (ADSCs) are isolated from lipoaspirate obtained from liposuction surgeries. As liposuction surgeries typically pool lipoaspirate from multiple locations, a single isolation source is not able...

What is the field of view of the CytoSMART LUX 10x Optics?

The field of view is 2.5 mm x 1.5 mm (3.75mm2)