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This high-content confocal screening system permits high-throughput screening and assays involving complex disease models. The system is compatible with Harmony imaging and analysis software, allowing precise quantification of acquired images.

Find more information on this technology on the company website.

This technology exists in Oxford, Cambridge and UCL universities. It is available to use by any researcher conducting dementia iPSC projects.

The Phenix in Oxford can be booked by contacting Dr Sarah Pearce (

Case study: Researchers at UCL's Ataxia Centre used the DPUK-funded Opera Phenix advanced microscope in a study which found a promising new avenue of potential treatment for ARSACS – a neurodegenerative condition that affects muscle movement. Read the full paper.