CytoSMART

Live cell imaging systems
to understand your cells

Introducing CytoSMART Lux3 FL

Automated fluorescence imaging inside your incubator

CytoSMART’s first fluorescence live-cell imager allows users to track dynamic cellular processes with high specificity by taking high-quality images to create real-time time-lapse movies. Simultaneously, the cells are kept in a controlled environment inside a standard cell culture incubator.

How can live-cell imaging be used for cell viability analysis?

Free webinar

In this webinar, CytoSMART has partnered with prominent labs from academia to facilitate an open discussion about the use of live-cell imaging for viability analysis. We will be covering: the use of both brightfield and fluorescent live-cell imaging to analyze the effect of a treatment on cell viability; how cell viability can be assessed in both 2D and 3D in vitro cell cultures, and more.

COVID-19 announcement

All CytoSMART devices can be delivered, installed, and supported in your lab with remote assistance

There is no need for a lab visit if you want to evaluate CytoSMART cell imaging equipment like the CytoSMART Lux2 and CytoSMART Omni. We give live online web demos to showcase our products.

During the COVID-19 lockdown, we donated 100 Lux2 live cell imaging systems to support research against COVID-19. You can read more about this donation here.

Live-cell imaging in a classroom

Easily convey cell biology knowledge and skills to students

Due to much time spent on theory and limited teaching hours, lecturers need an effective way to help students understand cell biological processes. Learn more about how live-cell imaging can be used as a teaching tool.

Image analysis applications

Analyzing proliferation, cytotoxicity or cellular migration contributes to understanding cellular behavior.


CytoSMART has developed cell based label-free assays that are supported by image analysis algorithms. Obtain whole-well data on live-cells. CytoSMART software packages support wound healing assays, confluence detection, colony counting and more.

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