ARRALYZE

Advancing Single-Cell Analysis with Dispensing and Isolation

In our first webinar of 2024, Dr. Nora Fekete-Drimusz, Head of Biology at ARRALYZE, introduced our innovative technology and its applications in single cell assays.

In this webinar gives insights into the relevance and advantages of time-resolved functional assays at the single-cell level for different fields of cell research:

 

  • Bulk vs. Single Cells and End-Point vs. Time Resolved: deep dive into the benefits of single-cell level analysis and time-resolved experiments

  • Overview of Current Technologies: examination of the advanced tools and methods currently used in the field

  • Introduction to ARRALYZE Technology: from AI-supported cell tracking to single bead isolation

  • Example Experiments: live views and images for different fields of application

Relevance of time-resolved functional assays in single-cell analysis

Time-resolved functional assays on the single-cell level are revolutionizing the field of cell research by providing a deeper understanding of scientific questions. They allow researchers to differentiate between high, low, and average performers, offering better insights into cell behaviors.

This approach enables a more comprehensive analysis, leading to significant advancements in cell and gene therapy, cell line development, synthetic biology, and monoclonal antibody production.

CellShepherd - Most versatile single screening device

With features like dispensing, imaging, and isolation of cells, the CellShepherd provides a comprehensive solution for a time-resolved single-cell analysis offering a controlled environment, to secure cell viability and in-vivo conditions.

This single-cell sequencing method offers a more comprehensive understanding of cellular behavior and responses, opening new avenues for groundbreaking discoveries in various scientific domains.

 

Want to learn more about time-resolved live cell assays?

Watch the full webinar covering live views and images of single-cell assays by filling out the form below with your details to receive the link to the webinar via email.