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IncuCyte® NeuroPrime Orange Cell and Reagent Kit

IncuCyte® NeuroPrime Orange Cell and Reagent Kit

A complete solution for performing kinetic, live-cell imaging of 96-well co-culture assays utilizing primary rat cortical neurons and astrocytes. Supplied as 1 vial (0.45mL) IncuCyte® NeuroLight Orange Lentiviral Reagent (synapsin promoter), 1 vial (2 x 106 cells) IncuCyte® rCortical Neurons (cryopreserved rat cortical neurons), 1 vial (2 x 106 cells) IncuCyte® rAstrocytes (cryopreserved rat astrocytes)
(Cat. No. 4760)

NeuroPrime Orange Cell and Reagent Kit Contents

The kit is intended for use on the IncuCyte® S3 Live-Cell Analysis System for Neuroscience (Cat. No. 4763) configured with the Orange/NIR Optical Module, along with the IncuCyte® NeuroTrack Software Module (Cat. No. 9600-0010).  It is NOT compatible with IncuCyte instruments configured with the Green/Red Optical Module, e.g. Cat. No. 4647.


Key Features

  • Cryopreserved vials of cortical neurons and astrocytes isolated from early embryonic stage (E18) Sprague-Dawley rats (1x vial of each, 2 x 106 cells/vial)
  • IncuCyte® NeuroLight Orange Lentiviral Reagent, expressing the orange fluorescent protein TagRFP under control of a synapsin promoter (1x vial, 0.45 mL)
  • Minimal expression of fluorescence in non-neuronal cell types
  • The NeuroLight Orange Reagent is non-perturbing to neuronal biology
  • Validated protocol for optimal neuron labeling and assay performance
  • Ideal for studies of neurotoxicity or general biology of established neural networks

Example Images and Segmentation

Neurite outgrowth of primary rat cortical neurons in co-culture with rat astrocytes measured using the NeuroPrime Orange Cell and Reagent Kit and NeuroTrack Software Module. Upper left: Primary rat cortical neurons in co-culture were labeled with the NeuroLight Orange Reagent and imaged seven days post plating at 20x. Upper right: Corresponding HD-phase contrast image. Lower left: Automated image segmentation of neurites (turquoise). Lower right: Automated image segmentation of cell body clusters (purple).