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Product FAQ

For high-content analysis (HCA)/high-content screening (HCS), what are the main differences between the CellInsight CX5, CX7, and ArrayScan systems?

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The basic differences are in the number of channels for excitation (5 versus 7), the ability to image in brightfield, widefield, and confocal, and the number of positions available on the objective turret. The CellInsight CX5 System is the most basic HCS system with illumination in 5 channels, imaging in brightfield and widefield, and a 1-position objective turret. The CellInsight CX7 System and ArrayScan System provide illumination in 7 channels, imaging in brightfield, widefield, and confocal, and either a 3-position (CX7) or 4-position objective turret (ArrayScan System). The ArrayScan System has the added option of live-cell imaging. For more information, go here (https://www.thermofisher.com/us/en/home/life-science/cell-analysis/cellular-imaging/high-content-screening.html).

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HCS LipidTOX Phospholipidosis and Steatosis Detection Kits

Version: 09-01-2006
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Click-iT AHA Alexa Fluor 488 Protein Synthesis HCS Assay

Version: 11-14-2008
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HCS LipidTOX Neutral Lipid Stains

Version: 09-01-2006

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HCS Mitochondrial Health Kit

Version: 11-17-2008
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Click-iT EdU Alexa Fluor High-Throughput Imaging (HCS) Assay

Version: 12-20-2007
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  • A10028(Discontinued)
  • C10082(Discontinued)

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HCS CellMask Stains Quick Reference

Version: 1 October 2012

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HCS LIVE/DEAD Green Kit

Version: 12-11-2008
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HCS Mitotic Index Kit

Version: 12-11-2008
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  • H10293(Discontinued)

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HCS DNA Damage Kit

Version: 11-17-2008
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Click-iT RNA HCS Assays

Version: 08-25-2009
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HCS LipidTOX Phospholipidosis Detection Reagents

Version: 09-01-2006

Product FAQ

What are the components of the HCS CellMask Near-IR Stain and how should I store them?

Answer

Each HCS CellMask Stain provides sufficient material for labeling approximately 10 x 96-well plates using an assay volume of 100 µL. The product is shipped as two components: a single vial of 250 µg of solid Near-IR Stain (Component A) and a single vial of 100 µL of DMSO (Component B).

We recommend storing Component A at ≤ -20 degrees C, desiccated and protected from light and Component B desiccated at ≤ 25 degrees C.

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