Phasefocus appoints Australian distributor for cell analysis system

Feb. 26, 2018
This market expansion responds to growing interest in the company's Livecyte cell imaging and analysis system.

Phasefocus (Sheffield, England) is continuing its global extension program with the appointment of ATA Scientific Instruments as its official distributor for Australia and New Zealand. This market expansion is a direct response to the scientific community's growing interest in the company's Livecyte cell imaging and analysis system.

Related: Translational Research Institute acquires Livecyte cell imaging and analysis system

The Livecyte system uses ptychographic quantitative phase imaging (QPI) to generate high-contrast, label-free images under low level illumination, allowing researchers to continuously track and analyze cell behavior at the single-cell level within the context of entire cell populations, in a more natural experimental environment.

The Livecyte cell imaging and analysis system from Phasefocus.

Imaging technologies are a core part of the ATA Scientific portfolio, says Bryn McDonagh, ATA Scientific's CEO. Livecyte bridges the gap between the company's imaging and biomolecular science product ranges, allowing the company to provide scientists with greater options to meet their research needs.

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