Accelerate your research with
Quantitative Live Cell Imaging

The HoloMonitor live cell imager viewed from the front

Meet HoloMonitor®

A Non-Invasive Incubator Microscope

  • Measure at once 30+ different cellular features from cell population down to single-cell level
  • Non-invasive imaging, directly in your incubator using standard cell culture vessels and formats
  • Easy and comprehensive presentation of real-time data and high-quality time-lapse videos
  • Easy-to-use, guided software that lets you reanalyse your experiments for more results

A Proven Technology

Holographic microscopy principle

QPI imaging with digital holography

The label-free HoloMonitor live cell imaging system is based on the principle of quantitative phase imaging (QPI). Right inside your standard incubator, HoloMonitor enables intuitively non-invasive, real-time visualization and precise quantification of living cells without compromising cell integrity.

Segmentation of cells in a quantitative phase image

Simpler Live Cell Identification

Your imaged cells appear as well-separated peaks from the background in a quantitative phase image. This way, HoloMonitor’s sophisticated software can automatically and robustly segment individual cells — of various confluency, shapes and sizes.

The Applications

  • Kinetic Cell Morphology (with 30+ parameters)
  • Wound Healing (Scratch assay)
  • Cell Growth | Cell Division Cell Cycle
  • Cytotoxicity & Cell Death
  • In-depth Single Cell Tracking & Analysis
  • Chemotaxis
  • Cellular Differentiation
  • Cell Counter
  • Kinetic Cell Motility & Migration
  • Kinetic Cell Proliferation
  • Kinetic Drug Dose-Response
  • Cell Quality Control (QC)

Which application fits you most?
Find out how HoloMonitor can accelerate your research!

Multiple results from one experiment

Reanalyse your data with different HoloMonitor assays

Monica Hellesvik, University of Bergen

The labs were still closed, and no additional experiments could be performed. Thus, the solutions had to come from our respective home offices. And here, the HoloMonitor’s built-in software solution showed its strength with a variety of applications and gave me the opportunity to re-analyze previous image material from home. New discoveries were made that strengthened our previous results.

Monica Hellesvik, Arnesen Lab, University of Bergen
Research from home blog post


Find out how other researchers use HoloMonitor:

Stanford University logo

The HoloMonitor M4 is a beneficial device for live-cell imaging, providing a lot of data. The good thing is that you can analyze your experiment using one software assay, and later, you can rerun the recorded data in another assay, which allows you to get the maximum from your experiment. I like it and would recommend it to all people doing a cytotoxicity assessment based on cell proliferation and optical thickness of the adherent unstained cells.

Sasa Vasilijic, PhD
Stanford University