Bioluminescent algae Noctiluca scintillans analysed by the CytoSense

29.06.2020 Por:Tina Silovic

Bioluminescence* occurs widely among animals, especially in the open sea, but the ones known as sparkling phosphorescence in a surface sea layer are most often caused by plankton. One example of bioluminescent plankton is the...[Leer más]

At-line monitoring of cell-viability and morphology using a CytoSense

13.05.2020 Por:Tina Silovic

In their recent study Vees et al. (2020), developed a robust CytoSense based method to analyze yeast cells viability and morphology in media with a high particle background (Fig 1). The method was successfully employed as a...[Leer más]

Optimized bioprocessing of filamentous fungi through CytoSense derived data

29.04.2020 Por:Tina Silovic

In their new study Veiter et al., ("Optimal process design space to ensure maximum viability and productivity in Penicillium chrysogenum pellets during fed-batch cultivations through morphological and physiological...[Leer más]

Insight into red-pigmented algal bloom by CytoSense

17.04.2020 Por:Tina Silovic

Following the recent news about an early harmful algal bloom (HAB)* in a lake in the recreational park Geestmerambacht we decided to pick up a sample and analyse it with our CytoSense. The sample we took from the dense surface...[Leer más]

New developments in CytoClus - interactive viewing of all imaged particles and their pulse shapes

24.03.2020 Por:Tina Silovic

As we are all affected with the COVID-19 outbreak, our team is mostly working from home. We are maintaining all our services and support for our customers and prospects. We wish you the best for these coming times and let's hope...[Leer más]

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