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Crystal Chan with the Etaluma LS720 automated live cell microscope in an incubator at the Cancer Science Institute (CSI) Singapore - NUS

Crystal Chan with the Etaluma LS720 automated live cell microscope in an incubator at the Cancer Science Institute (CSI) Singapore - NUS

Crystal Chan with the Etaluma LS720 automated live cell microscope in an incubator at the Cancer Science Institute (CSI) Singapore - NUS

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I really enjoyed my visit to the Mootha Lab at the Broad Institute yesterday. Big thanks to Tsz-Leung To and Wendy Hung who will be using our LS720 for single cell metabolomics studies.

I really enjoyed my visit to the Mootha Lab at the Broad Institute yesterday. Big thanks to Tsz-Leung To and Wendy Hung who will be using our LS720 for single cell metabolomics studies.

I really enjoyed my visit to the Mootha Lab at the Broad Institute yesterday. Big thanks to Tsz-Leung To and Wendy Hung who will be using our LS720 for single cell metabolomics studies.

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Congratulations to the Buxboim Lab in Israel for their recent installation of their new LS720. https://lnkd.in/dduNDSa

Congratulations to the Buxboim Lab in Israel for their recent installation of their new LS720. https://lnkd.in/dduNDSa

Congratulations to the Buxboim Lab in Israel for their recent installation of their new LS720. https://lnkd.in/dduNDSa

Buxboim Lab in Israel

It was very nice to visit Dr. Amy Fong’s lab at City University of Hong Kong and meet Allan, Kowsar, and Emmanuel who are upgrading from their LS500 to the LS720 this year.

It was very nice to visit Dr. Amy Fong’s lab at City University of Hong Kong and meet Allan, Kowsar, and Emmanuel who are upgrading from their LS500 to the LS720 this year.

It was very nice to visit Dr. Amy Fong’s lab at City University of Hong Kong and meet Allan, Kowsar, and Emmanuel who are upgrading from their LS500 to the LS720 this year.

Buxboim Lab in Israel

Assistant Professor Caroline H Johnson and Associate Research Scientist, Nicholas J. W. Rattray of the Environmental Health Sciences Department at the Yale School of Public Health, with the Etaluma, Inc. LS500 to be investigated for integration with mass spectrometry approaches.

Assistant Professor Caroline H Johnson and Associate Research Scientist, Nicholas J. W. Rattray of the Environmental Health Sciences Department at the Yale School of Public Health, with the Etaluma, Inc. LS500 to be investigated for integration with mass spectrometry approaches.

Assistant Professor Caroline H Johnson and Associate Research Scientist, Nicholas J. W. Rattray of the Environmental Health Sciences Department at the Yale School of Public Health, with the Etaluma, Inc. LS500 to be investigated for integration with mass spectrometry approaches.

Buxboim Lab in Israel

I had a wonderful visit yesterday with Lori Roberts and James Maclean at Biotium. Look for an offering of simple live cell assays that run on our microscopes coming soon.

I had a wonderful visit yesterday with Lori Roberts and James Maclean at Biotium. Look for an offering of simple live cell assays that run on our microscopes coming soon.

I had a wonderful visit yesterday with Lori Roberts and James Maclean at Biotium. Look for an offering of simple live cell assays that run on our microscopes coming soon.

Lori Roberts and James Maclean at Biotium

Big thanks to Kilean Lucas in Jim McGrath's lab too. Stay tuned for a VE-Cadherin timelapse in this neutrophil migration system featuring Etaluma's LS560 base scope with phase contrast by Olympus.

Big thanks to Kilean Lucas in Jim McGrath's lab too. Stay tuned for a VE-Cadherin timelapse in this neutrophil migration system featuring Etaluma's LS560 base scope with phase contrast by Olympus.

Big thanks to Kilean Lucas in Jim McGrath's lab too. Stay tuned for a VE-Cadherin timelapse in this neutrophil migration system featuring Etaluma's LS560 base scope with phase contrast by Olympus.

Kilean Lucas in Jim McGrath's lab

It's great to be working with Alec Salminen and Jim McGrath's group in Rochester. I'm looking forward to some revolutionary timelapse migration data very soon.

It's great to be working with Alec Salminen and Jim McGrath's group in Rochester. I'm looking forward to some revolutionary timelapse migration data very soon.

It's great to be working with Alec Salminen and Jim McGrath's group in Rochester. I'm looking forward to some revolutionary timelapse migration data very soon.

Alec Salminen and Jim McGrath's group in Rochester

I had a great meeting with the Hartsough lab at Drexel University who is studying spheroid invasion into brain slices supported on transwell membranes. We are able to image through the membrane and tissue slice to watch the spheroid cells invade. Thanks to Ed Hartsough, Abeer Alharbi, Joshua Jackson, and Zongguan Huang.

I had a great meeting with the Hartsough lab at Drexel University who is studying spheroid invasion into brain slices supported on transwell membranes. We are able to image through the membrane and tissue slice to watch the spheroid cells invade. Thanks to Ed Hartsough, Abeer Alharbi, Joshua Jackson, and Zongguan Huang.

I had a great meeting with the Hartsough lab at Drexel University who is studying spheroid invasion into brain slices supported on transwell membranes. We are able to image through the membrane and tissue slice to watch the spheroid cells invade. Thanks to Ed Hartsough, Abeer Alharbi, Joshua Jackson, and Zongguan Huang.

Hartsough lab at Drexel University

This week we kicked off the winning research projects from the "Free Lumascope 620 for 6 Months" contest in the Fabrisia Ambrosio lab at UPMC International. Their two projects are entitled "Live cell imaging using the LS620 microscope to evaluate the impact of an “aged” substrate on muscle stem cell cytoskeletal and mitochondrial dysfunction" lead by Hikaru Mamiya and Amrita Sahu, and "Compressing Chronological Age by Means of Indirect Mixed Cell Cultures and Time-Lapse Imaging of Synthetic Exchange of Molecular Information in Muscle Stem Cells" lead by Amin Cheikhi. Here's a shot of abish pius, Sruthi Sivakumar, Hikaru Mamiya, and Amrita Sahu.

This week we kicked off the winning research projects from the "Free Lumascope 620 for 6 Months" contest in the Fabrisia Ambrosio lab at UPMC International. Their two projects are entitled "Live cell imaging using the LS620 microscope to evaluate the impact of an “aged” substrate on muscle stem cell cytoskeletal and mitochondrial dysfunction" lead by Hikaru Mamiya and Amrita Sahu, and "Compressing Chronological Age by Means of Indirect Mixed Cell Cultures and Time-Lapse Imaging of Synthetic Exchange of Molecular Information in Muscle Stem Cells" lead by Amin Cheikhi. Here's a shot of abish pius, Sruthi Sivakumar, Hikaru Mamiya, and Amrita Sahu.

This week we kicked off the winning research projects from the "Free Lumascope 620 for 6 Months" contest in the Fabrisia Ambrosio lab at UPMC International. Their two projects are entitled "Live cell imaging using the LS620 microscope to evaluate the impact of an “aged” substrate on muscle stem cell cytoskeletal and mitochondrial dysfunction" lead by Hikaru Mamiya and Amrita Sahu, and "Compressing Chronological Age by Means of Indirect Mixed Cell Cultures and Time-Lapse Imaging of Synthetic Exchange of Molecular Information in Muscle Stem Cells" lead by Amin Cheikhi. Here's a shot of abish pius, Sruthi Sivakumar, Hikaru Mamiya, and Amrita Sahu.

Free Lumascope 620 for 6 Months contest

I enjoyed my visit to the D. Lansing Taylor labs at Pitt. Dillon Gavlock and Mark Miedel showed me the microfluidics imaging they are doing with oxygen gradients and primary hepatocytes on the Etaluma LS720.

I enjoyed my visit to the D. Lansing Taylor labs at Pitt. Dillon Gavlock and Mark Miedel showed me the microfluidics imaging they are doing with oxygen gradients and primary hepatocytes on the Etaluma LS720.

I enjoyed my visit to the D. Lansing Taylor labs at Pitt. Dillon Gavlock and Mark Miedel showed me the microfluidics imaging they are doing with oxygen gradients and primary hepatocytes on the Etaluma LS720.

D. Lansing Taylor labs at Pitt.

I had a great visit today with Dave Weaver at Vanderbilt University in Nashville where he put some very expensive Zeiss objectives on our LS620. Look for some great data from Dave's labs in the future!

I had a great visit today with Dave Weaver at Vanderbilt University in Nashville where he put some very expensive Zeiss objectives on our LS620. Look for some great data from Dave's labs in the future!

I had a great visit today with Dave Weaver at Vanderbilt University in Nashville where he put some very expensive Zeiss objectives on our LS620. Look for some great data from Dave's labs in the future!

Dave Weaver at Vanderbilt University in Nashville

We had a nice visit with the Takayama microfluidics lab at Georgia Tech https://lnkd.in/evZNZzz. Matt Maudsley from Etaluma and Ph.D. candidate David R. Mertz pose next to their LS720 in an incubator.

We had a nice visit with the Takayama microfluidics lab at Georgia Tech https://lnkd.in/evZNZzz. Matt Maudsley from Etaluma and Ph.D. candidate David R. Mertz pose next to their LS720 in an incubator.

We had a nice visit with the Takayama microfluidics lab at Georgia Tech https://lnkd.in/evZNZzz. Matt Maudsley from Etaluma and Ph.D. candidate David R. Mertz pose next to their LS720 in an incubator.

Takayama microfluidics lab at Georgia Tech

Etaluma is proud to donate a Lumascope to Julie Latta's class at Muirlands Middle School in La Jolla CA. Big thanks to Lamar Rutherford, MBA for recommending Julie. Looking forward to some cool microscopy images from the class.

Etaluma is proud to donate a Lumascope to Julie Latta's class at Muirlands Middle School in La Jolla CA. Big thanks to Lamar Rutherford, MBA for recommending Julie. Looking forward to some cool microscopy images from the class.

Etaluma is proud to donate a Lumascope to Julie Latta's class at Muirlands Middle School in La Jolla CA. Big thanks to Lamar Rutherford, MBA for recommending Julie. Looking forward to some cool microscopy images from the class.

Julie Latta's class at Muirlands Middle School in La Jolla CA

I enjoyed working with our neighbors at SMSbiotech today. Big thanks to Camila, Maisson, Emily, Dr. Rahmo and Rob.

I enjoyed working with our neighbors at SMSbiotech today. Big thanks to Camila, Maisson, Emily, Dr. Rahmo and Rob.

I enjoyed working with our neighbors at SMSbiotech today. Big thanks to Camila, Maisson, Emily, Dr. Rahmo and Rob.

SMSbiotech

I had the pleasure of working with the Morris Lab at Washington University in St. Louis today. Big thanks to Kenji Kamimoto, Wenjun Kong, and Samantha Morris.

I had the pleasure of working with the Morris Lab at Washington University in St. Louis today. Big thanks to Kenji Kamimoto, Wenjun Kong, and Samantha Morris.

I had the pleasure of working with the Morris Lab at Washington University in St. Louis today. Big thanks to Kenji Kamimoto, Wenjun Kong, and Samantha Morris.

SMSbiotech

"Cell Tracking Analysis. Cells were seeded in 6-well plates and incubated for 24 h. LS620 Microscope (Lumascope) was used to record single cell position every 10min for 24h. Single cell migration distance and trajectory were analyzed by ImageJ."

"Cell Tracking Analysis. Cells were seeded in 6-well plates and incubated for 24 h. LS620 Microscope (Lumascope) was used to record single cell position every 10min for 24h. Single cell migration distance and trajectory were analyzed by ImageJ."

"Cell Tracking Analysis. Cells were seeded in 6-well plates and incubated for 24 h. LS620 Microscope (Lumascope) was used to record single cell position every 10min for 24h. Single cell migration distance and trajectory were analyzed by ImageJ."

Cell Tracking Analysis

I got to drop off a Lumascope to Eddie Adams, Ph.D. and our friends at Active Motif where Etaluma incubated in the early days.

I got to drop off a Lumascope to Eddie Adams, Ph.D. and our friends at Active Motif where Etaluma incubated in the early days.

I got to drop off a Lumascope to Eddie Adams, Ph.D. and our friends at Active Motif where Etaluma incubated in the early days.

Eddie Adams, Ph.D. and our friends at Active Motif

We were thrilled to donate an LS500 microscope to Barb Phillips-Bredlow's 6th grade class at Northeast Nodaway School in Ravenwood, Missouri. Look for images on Twitter at @NEN6thgrade.

We were thrilled to donate an LS500 microscope to Barb Phillips-Bredlow's 6th grade class at Northeast Nodaway School in Ravenwood, Missouri. Look for images on Twitter at @NEN6thgrade.

We were thrilled to donate an LS500 microscope to Barb Phillips-Bredlow's 6th grade class at Northeast Nodaway School in Ravenwood, Missouri. Look for images on Twitter at @NEN6thgrade.

Barb Phillips-Bredlow's 6th grade class

We love to see new uses of our incubator microscopes. Here cells growing in a spiral pattern marked by green fluorescence. Thanks Pierre-Olivier Strale

We love to see new uses of our incubator microscopes. Here cells growing in a spiral pattern marked by green fluorescence. Thanks Pierre-Olivier Strale

We love to see new uses of our incubator microscopes. Here cells growing in a spiral pattern marked by green fluorescence. Thanks Pierre-Olivier Strale

A great day at Newcastle University today with Julian Rutherford and colleagues imaging with 100x(oil). Looking forward to more tomorrow! Thanks Andrew Ridley

A great day at Newcastle University today with Julian Rutherford and colleagues imaging with 100x(oil). Looking forward to more tomorrow! Thanks Andrew Ridley

A great day at Newcastle University today with Julian Rutherford and colleagues imaging with 100x(oil). Looking forward to more tomorrow! Thanks Andrew Ridley

Newcastle University with Julian Rutherford and colleagues imaging with 100x(oil)

Thanks to Kirti Prakash for a great visit to the Rowitch Lab Wellcome Trust-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute.

Thanks to Kirti Prakash for a great visit to the Rowitch Lab Wellcome Trust-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute.

Thanks to Kirti Prakash for a great visit to the Rowitch Lab Wellcome Trust-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute.

Rowitch Lab Wellcome Trust-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute

It was great working with Sally Wheatley, Kevin Gaston, and Morgan Thornber this week at the University of Nottingham.

It was great working with Sally Wheatley, Kevin Gaston, and Morgan Thornber this week at the University of Nottingham.

It was great working with Sally Wheatley, Kevin Gaston, and Morgan Thornber this week at the University of Nottingham.

University of Nottingham

A big thanks to Morgan Thornber at University of Nottingham for teaching Andrew Ridley and me about spider silk and bringing two specimens to donate silk for microscopy.

A big thanks to Morgan Thornber at University of Nottingham for teaching Andrew Ridley and me about spider silk and bringing two specimens to donate silk for microscopy.

A big thanks to Morgan Thornber at University of Nottingham for teaching Andrew Ridley and me about spider silk and bringing two specimens to donate silk for microscopy.

Morgan Thornber at University of Nottingham
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Testimonials
Extraction of quantitative data from time-lapse imaging can provide unprecedented insights into cell signaling in single cells. A limiting factor in moving this field forward is the cost of existing live imaging systems, until now. The Lumascope 720 has enabled our small budget laboratory to extract real-time data from our multi-color live cell reporters. Thanks to the 720, we have been able to switch over from expensive ELISA based broken cell assays that measure the average signal across heterogeneous populations of cells at a single time point to now acquiring essentially free data points at single cell resolution over time. Also, thanks to the motorized stage and multiwell format we don’t need to use our plate reader anymore. Alex Zambon

Keck Graduate Institute, Pharmaceutical Sciences

The Lumascope allowed us to resolve low intensity fluorescent labeling that our much higher priced microscope (from a well known company) could not! Stary Neuroscience Lab

Stanford Univ

The Lumascope is really [a] wonderful product! McMaster University

We really enjoyed your microscope and can see many potential uses in our lab. We are also very interested in the 720 and will consider looking into one of those later in the summer. NIH laboratory using a Lumascope 620

Very easy to use. Students love it and results so far meet our expectations. University of Laval, Canada

The Lumascope 620 with 1200-pixel frame sizes and a 20X objective provides far brighter and more uniform illumination than I have ever seen on any microscope using a standard Xe, Hg, or incandescent illuminator. Bravo! R. Zucker

University of California, Berkeley | Neurobiology Division

We have been working with Etaluma on developing the fluorescence imaging portion of our instrument. After looking at many other options, we selected a Lumascope optics module and are working with Etaluma to maximize our dye imaging signal and customize the module body. We have found this to be a very cooperative process, sharing ideas back and forth, with the common goal of providing a quality product that meets our specifications at an affordable price. North American molecular diagnostics company

Thank you so much for going out of your way to get your microscope to work for our application!! It was amazing to see the cells so clearly. Custom Lumascope with a Corning 21-layer Hyperstack Stem Cell growth chamber

We love the Lumascope 500 because now we can get accurate transfection efficiencies! Biotech company using a Lumascope 500

….wanted to tell you how pleased I am with the Lumascope….It is really easy to use and the students love it. University of Hawaii

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