The CELENA® S Digital Imaging System makes capturing high resolution, publication-quality images a breeze. Don’t let its size fool you, the CELENA® S is equipped with advanced precision optics, a highly sensitive CMOS sensor, digitally controlled LED light sources with hard-coated fluorescence filters, and a computer with image analysis software. The sophisticated yet simple software supports multicolor fluorescence imaging, brightfield imaging, phase contrast imaging, live cell time lapse imaging, and Z-stack imaging.

THE ALL-IN-ONE SYSTEM FOR EXCEPTIONAL IMAGING QUALITY

  • VIBRANT, PUBLICATION-QUALITY IMAGES

    Advanced precision optics and a highly sensitive camera allow you to capture high resolution, multi-channel fluorescence images.

  • LIVE CELL TIME LAPSE IMAGING

    Live cells can be imaged in time lapse mode in a precisely controlled environment. The images can be used to create a video with annotations.

  • ONBOARD DATA ANALYSIS

    Choose from a variety of tools to analyze and annotate your images. Measurement data can be saved onboard or to a USB drive.

  • Z-STACK IMAGING

    Capture images of multiple focal planes in Z-stack mode. Images can be focus stacked to produce one image or combined into a video.

  • CELL COUNTING

    Check cell concentration and viability in cell counter mode. The CELENA® S automatically adjusts light and focus for optimal results.

  • INTERCHANGEABLE FILTER CUBES AND OBJECTIVES

    12+ hard-coated LED fluorescence filters
    Infinity-corrected objectives with a magnification range of 1.25-100X

LIVE CELL IMAGING MADE SIMPLE WITH AN ONSTAGE INCUBATOR

The CELENA® S onstage incubation system can be set up for a variety of live cell imaging experiments in physiological and non-physiological conditions. The gas mixer allows precise control over the composition, humidity, and temperature of the air. The temperature controller heats the plate and lid of the stage incubator separately, for increased control over the temperature of the system as well as preventing condensation formation.

The CELENA® S makes it easy to set up a time lapse imaging sequence for lengthy cell-based assays, as well as exporting images or creating time-lapse videos complete with annotations.

TRIM41-mediated ubiquitination of nucleoprotein limits Influenza A virus infection G Patil, M Zhao, K Song, W Hao, D Bouchereau, L Wang, S Li Journal of Virology 00905-18 (2018) Evaluation of physico-mechanical properties in NHDF and HeLa cell with treatment of graphene quantum dots using atomic force microscopy SB Jeon, SW Yi, M Samal, KH Park, K Yun Applied Surface Science 437, 357-365 (2018) Potential fluorescence and magnetic resonance imaging modality using mixed lanthanide oxide nanoparticles Mekuriaa SL, Addisu KD, Chou HY, Hailemeskel BZ, Tsai HC Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 167, 54-62 IGFBP-3 plays an important role in senescence as an aging markerS Hong, MM Kim Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 59, 138-145 (2018) The mycotoxin zearalenone hinders Candida albicans biofilm formation and hyphal morphogenesis SK Rajasekharan, JH Lee, Y Zhao, J Lee Indian Journal of Microbiology 58(1), 19-27 (2018) Silk fibroin/collagen protein hybrid cell-encapsulating hydrogels with tunable gelation and improved physical and biological properties JO Buitrago, KDPatel, A El-Fiqi, JH Lee, B Kundu, HH Lee, HW Kim Acta Biomaterialia 69, 218-233 (2018) Cyclooxygenase-2 expression is induced by celecoxib treatment in lung cancer cells and is transferred to neighbor cells via exosomes J Kim, SW Hong, S Kim, D Kim, DY Hur, DH Jin, B Kim, YS Kim International Journal of Oncology 52(2),613-620 (2018) 78 Mito-TEMPO, a scavenger for mitochondria-derived reactive oxygen species, enhances porcine pre-implantation embryo development SG Yang, HJ Park, JW Kim, JM Jung, HG Jegal, IS Kim, PS Jeong, DB Koo Reproduction, Fertility and Development 30(1), 177-178 (2017) Alizarin and chrysazin inhibit biofilm and hyphal formation by Candida albicans RK Manoharan, JH Lee, YG Kim, J Lee Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology 7, 447 (2017) Direct one-pot synthesis of cinnamaldehyde immobilized on gold nanoparticles and their antibiofilm properties M Ramasamey, JH Lee, J Lee Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 160, 639-648 (2017) Pachymic acid promotes induction of autophagy related to IGF-1 signaling pathway in WI-38 cells SG Lee, MM Kim Phytomedicine 36, 82-87 (2017) Increased survivability of ischemic skin flap tissue in Flk‐1+/− mice by Pellino‐1 intervention CK Rednam, RL Wilson, V Selvaraju, MT Rishi, M Thirunavukkarasu, V Coca-Soliz, R Lakshmanan, JA Palesty, DW McFadden, N Maulik Microcirculation 24(6), e12362 (2017) Antibiofilm and antihyphal activities of cedar leaf essential oil, camphor, and fenchone derivatives against Candida albicans RK Manoharan, JH Lee, J Lee Frontiers in Microbiology 8, 1476 (2017) Development of gold nanoparticles coated with silica containing the antibiofilm drug cinnamaldehyde and their effects on pathogenic bacteria M Ramasamey, JH Lee, J Lee International Journal of Nanomedicine 12, 2813-2828 (2017) Agmatine modulates melanogenesis via MITF signaling pathway EJ Kwon, MM Kim Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 49, 124-130 (2017) Chrysophanic acid reduces testosterone-induced benign prostatic hyperplasia in rats by suppressing 5α-reductase and extracellular signal-regulated kinase DH Youn, J Park, HL Kim, Y Jung, JW Kang, MY Jeong, G Sethi, KS Ahn, JY Um Oncotarget 8(6), 9500-9512 (2017) AEG-1 promotes mesenchymal transition through the activation of Rho GTPases in human glioblastoma cells SY Park, M Choi, D Park, M Jeon, KS Ahn, JH Lee, PB Fisher, M Yun, SG Lee Oncology Reports 36(5):2641-2646 (2016) Inhibitory effect of aminoethyl-chitooligosaccharides on invasion of human fibrosarcoma cells S Hong, DN Ngo, MM Kim Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 45, 309-314 (2016)
Onstage Incubation System for the CELENA® S Installation Guide CELENA® S Brochure Rapid and accurate cell enumeration with the CELENA® S Digital Imaging System Product literature Automated Parfocality Correction with the CELENA® S Product literature Logos Biosystems Products Brochure CELENA® S software ver 1.1.4 Software

VERSATILE AND CUSTOMIZABLE FOR YOUR CELL IMAGING NEEDS

  • Icon Vessel Holder Selection Guide

    A collection of vessel holders are available to accommodate various flasks, dishes, plates, and slides.

    Vessel Holder Selection Guide
  • Icon Objective Selection Guide

    Our objectives provide excellent resolution, high contrast imaging, and color correction.

    Objective Selection Guide
  • Icon LED Filter Cube Selection Guide

    Download our LED filter cube selection guide to find which filter cubes fit your needs the best.

    LED Filter Cube Selection Guide

    HOW TO USE THE CELENA® S

    WHAT DO OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE TO SAY?

    Testimonials
    • Alessio Menga, PhD

      University of Bari

      We do a lot of imaging of cancer cells alone or in co-culture with macrophages or endothelial cells, to study the cellular and molecular basis of invasion, migration, proliferation and capillary formation. CELENA S is fast to learn, easy to use, and has made a significant difference to our workflow. Being able to quickly image our samples directly in our own lab, without the need for a darkroom, is amazing!! The CELENA S is highly sensitive to fluorescence signals, so has been an excellent solution to our needs. I highly recommend this product to anyone who does a lot of fluorescence cell imaging and as well as to beginners.

    • Chan Seop Sim, PhD

      Elpis Biotech

      I recently bought this digital fluorescence imaging system. There is no eyepiece so you view the image directly on a monitor. How convenient! I was skeptical at first because it is so small, but having used it, I can attest that the image quality is top notch. Although focusing is a bit difficult, this is because I bought the older model. The latest model, the CELENA S, has both autofocusing and live cell imaging features. Although I bought the older model to save a few pennies, I am thoroughly satisfied with the image quality of this imaging system.

    • Gi Hoon Son, PhD

      Korea University College of Medicine

      We do a lot of imaging of primary neuronal cultures in our lab to study the cellular and molecular basis of circadian rhythm and the CELENA S has made a significant difference to our workflow. Being able to image or even quickly scan our samples directly in our own lab has been amazing. The CELENA S is highly sensitive to fluorescence signals, so has been an excellent solution to our needs. I highly recommend this product to anyone who does a lot of fluorescence cell imaging.

    • Jason Lee, CEO

      AmtixBio Inc

      The best thing about the CELENA S is the image quality. We can use it for quick screening or for data collection and in both cases get sharp, detailed images. The multipurpose nature of the CELENA S software makes it a great addition to our lab. Our researchers learned to get high quality images in a few minutes, which is great compared to the hours of training and practice it takes to learn on a traditional setup.

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    WHERE THE celena® s HAS BEEN CITED

    Citations
    • LED based real-time survival bioassays for nematode research
      Rajasekharan SK, Raorane CJ, Lee J
      Scientific Reports 8: 11531 (2018)

    • TRIM41-mediated ubiquitination of nucleoprotein limits Influenza A virus infection
      G Patil, M Zhao, K Song, W Hao, D Bouchereau, L Wang, S Li
      Journal of Virology 00905-18 (2018)

    • Evaluation of physico-mechanical properties in NHDF and HeLa cell with treatment of graphene quantum dots using atomic force microscopy
      SB Jeon, SW Yi, M Samal, KH Park, K Yun
      Applied Surface Science 437, 357-365 (2018)

    • Potential fluorescence and magnetic resonance imaging modality using mixed lanthanide oxide nanoparticles
      Mekuriaa SL, Addisu KD, Chou HY, Hailemeskel BZ, Tsai HC
      Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 167, 54-62

    • IGFBP-3 plays an important role in senescence as an aging marker
      S Hong, MM Kim
      Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 59, 138-145 (2018)

    • The mycotoxin zearalenone hinders Candida albicans biofilm formation and hyphal morphogenesis
      SK Rajasekharan, JH Lee, Y Zhao, J Lee
      Indian Journal of Microbiology 58(1), 19-27 (2018)

    • Silk fibroin/collagen protein hybrid cell-encapsulating hydrogels with tunable gelation and improved physical and biological properties
      JO Buitrago, KDPatel, A El-Fiqi, JH Lee, B Kundu, HH Lee, HW Kim
      Acta Biomaterialia 69, 218-233 (2018)

    • Cyclooxygenase-2 expression is induced by celecoxib treatment in lung cancer cells and is transferred to neighbor cells via exosomes
      J Kim, SW Hong, S Kim, D Kim, DY Hur, DH Jin, B Kim, YS Kim
      International Journal of Oncology 52(2),613-620 (2018)

    • 78 Mito-TEMPO, a scavenger for mitochondria-derived reactive oxygen species, enhances porcine pre-implantation embryo development
      SG Yang, HJ Park, JW Kim, JM Jung, HG Jegal, IS Kim, PS Jeong, DB Koo
      Reproduction, Fertility and Development 30(1), 177-178 (2017)

    • Alizarin and chrysazin inhibit biofilm and hyphal formation by Candida albicans
      RK Manoharan, JH Lee, YG Kim, J Lee
      Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology 7, 447 (2017)

    • Direct one-pot synthesis of cinnamaldehyde immobilized on gold nanoparticles and their antibiofilm properties
      M Ramasamey, JH Lee, J Lee
      Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 160, 639-648 (2017)

    • Pachymic acid promotes induction of autophagy related to IGF-1 signaling pathway in WI-38 cells
      SG Lee, MM Kim
      Phytomedicine 36, 82-87 (2017)

    • Increased survivability of ischemic skin flap tissue in Flk‐1+/− mice by Pellino‐1 intervention
      CK Rednam, RL Wilson, V Selvaraju, MT Rishi, M Thirunavukkarasu, V Coca-Soliz, R Lakshmanan, JA Palesty, DW McFadden, N Maulik
      Microcirculation 24(6), e12362 (2017)

    • Antibiofilm and antihyphal activities of cedar leaf essential oil, camphor, and fenchone derivatives against Candida albicans
      RK Manoharan, JH Lee, J Lee
      Frontiers in Microbiology 8, 1476 (2017)

    • Development of gold nanoparticles coated with silica containing the antibiofilm drug cinnamaldehyde and their effects on pathogenic bacteria
      M Ramasamey, JH Lee, J Lee
      International Journal of Nanomedicine 12, 2813-2828 (2017)

    • Agmatine modulates melanogenesis via MITF signaling pathway
      EJ Kwon, MM Kim
      Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 49, 124-130 (2017)

    • Chrysophanic acid reduces testosterone-induced benign prostatic hyperplasia in rats by suppressing 5α-reductase and extracellular signal-regulated kinase
      DH Youn, J Park, HL Kim, Y Jung, JW Kang, MY Jeong, G Sethi, KS Ahn, JY Um
      Oncotarget 8(6), 9500-9512 (2017)

    • AEG-1 promotes mesenchymal transition through the activation of Rho GTPases in human glioblastoma cells
      SY Park, M Choi, D Park, M Jeon, KS Ahn, JH Lee, PB Fisher, M Yun, SG Lee
      Oncology Reports 36(5):2641-2646 (2016)

    • Inhibitory effect of aminoethyl-chitooligosaccharides on invasion of human fibrosarcoma cells
      S Hong, DN Ngo, MM Kim
      Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 45, 309-314 (2016)

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    Resources

    Downloads
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      CELENA® S

      Brochure

      2018-04-28 | 2.6 MB
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      Onstage Incubation System for the CELENA® S

      Installation Guide

      2018-04-17 | 526 KB
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      Rapid and accurate cell enumeration with the CELENA® S Digital Imaging System

      Product literature

      2018-04-17 | 958 KB
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      Automated Parfocality Correction with the CELENA® S

      Product literature

      2018-04-17 | 644 KB
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      Logos Biosystems Products

      Brochure

      2018-04-15 | 2.14 MB
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        CELENA® S software ver 1.1.4

        Software

        2018-09-12 | 9.6 MB
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        ORDERING INFORMATION

        Cat # Product Qty
        CS20001 CELENA® S Digital Imaging System 1 unit
        CS20002 CELENA® S Digital Imaging System Starter Kit
        - 4 Objectives
        - 3 LED Filter Cubes
        1 unit
        I10501 Universal Heating System 1 set
        I10502 Gas Incubation System for CO2 1 set
        I10503 Gas Incubation System for CO2/O2 1 set
        I10510 Heating Insert for Micro Slides 1 unit
        I10511 Heating Insert for a 35 mm Dish 1 unit
        I10201 Universal Holder 1 unit
        I10202 25 mm x 75 mm Slide Holder, Two Positions 1 unit
        I10203 35 mm Cell Culture Dish Holder, Four Positions 1 unit
        I10204 60 mm Cell Culture Dish Holder, Two Positions 1 unit
        I10205 100 mm Cell Culture Dish Holder, One Position 1 unit
        I10206 25 c㎡ Nunc T-25 Flask Holder, Two Positions 1 unit
        I10207 75 c㎡ Nunc T-75 Flask Holder, One Position 1 unit
        I10208 25 c㎡ BD/Greiner T-25 Flask Holder, Two Positions 1 unit
        I10209 75 c㎡ BD/Greiner T-75 Flask Holder, One Position 1 unit
        I10210 Glass Hemocytometer Holder, One Position 1 unit