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Agilent Cell Analysis Technology Provides a New Window into Cell Metabolism

Mitochondrial function and glycolysis play critical roles in a variety of cellular processes, including cellular activation, proliferation, differentiation, cell death, and disease progression. Agilent Cell Analysis technology enables the measurement of several metabolic parameters and functions using live cells, in real time, enabling researchers to assess energy expenditure, substrate utilization, mitochondrial function, and general cellular homeostasis. Agilent Cell Analysis technology is used with many different cell lines, including primary cells, adherent and suspension cell lines, isolated mitochondria, and islets, 3D cultures, Zebrafish embryos, C. elegans, D. melanogaster, yeast, and other biological materials; and across a number of research areas including cancer, obesity, diabetes, metabolic disorders, immunology, cardiovascular, neurobiology, virology, aging, and more.

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With the acquisition of ACEA Biosciences in late 2018 and BioTek in late 2019, Agilent's offerings in the cell analysis research space has grown.

Learn more about our entire cell analysis portfolio including xCELLigence real-time cell analysis technologies and NovoCyte flow cytometers, as well as BioTek’s cell imaging systems, microplate readers, washers, dispensers, and more.

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Cancer Research

Investigate Dynamic Cancer Cell Strategies with Innovative Cell Analysis Technologies

Cardiovascular Research

Discover the power of Real-Time Cell Analysis in your cardiovascular research

Cell Physiology

Evaluating Changes in Cell Physiology

Cell Signaling

Cell Signaling

Drug Discovery

Expand Your Drug Discovery Pipeline with Live Cell Analysis

Immunology Research

Measure and tune the drivers of immune cell fate and function


The next generation of immune cell therapies requires a new generation of analysis tools