InnoME and Etaluma Announce Imaging Strategic Partnership
Very simple time lapse experiments in 24 and 6-well microplates as well as flasks and dishes
InnoME, Gmbh and Etaluma, Inc. announced a partnership to bring entry level incubator cell imaging to the Americas. Etaluma will exclusively offer InnoME’s zenCell technology as the “lumanette”. The lumanette provides 24 individual 10x imagers for very simple time lapse experiments in 24 and 6-well microplates as well as flasks and dishes. Simple analysis routines for cell coverage and counting are included and provide real time data and chart visualization.
“The solid state and robust design makes the lumanette’s addition to Etaluma’s Lumascope product line a natural for those customers without the need for higher magnification or fluorescence microscopy” said Chris Shumate, CEO of Etaluma. “We found Etaluma as the most progressive brand in the field of digital live cell imaging and shared a philosophy of solid engineering and construction of research instrumentation. The lumanette imager fits right into Etaluma’s product line of modern high-performance epi-fluorescence microscopes” stated Matthias Shuh, PM of InnoME.
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