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Objective, reproducible, and precise quantification of wound healing assay images is ensured by our WimScratch online automated solution.
It is engineered to monitor the wound closing process by detecting cell and wound area, with the aim to provide you with time and spatial results of your assay in seconds.
You take the images, we do the rest.
As one of the most commonly used assays in the field of cell migration, the wound healing or scratch assay is conducted in order to study directional cell migration and cell-cell interaction in vitro. The basic procedure involves creating a "wound" in a cell monolayer, capturing images at regular intervals during cell migration until wound closure is reached, and the analysis of the image sequence in order to quantify the migration characteristics of these cells.
WimScratch, the Wound Healing Assay Image Analysis solution, is designed to generate accurate and reproducible analysis results for wound healing assays, both for phase contrast and fluorescence images. The online automated solution generates results within seconds without the need to buy any extra software or hardware. Simply upload your assay images to our analysis platform and instantly receive detailed quantification for them.
You can find further information about WimScratch and the wound healing assay here
More than 1800 researchers already use WimScratch in their research work. These are the main reasons why they choose it:
That is simple! Just go to myWim, Wimasis' Image Analysis Platform, and follow these steps:
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For every image that you upload, WimScratch will generate an output CSV sheet file that will give you insight into the outcome of your experiment. Some of the measurements included are:
Besides, a detailed control image is generated in order to help you to visualize the parameters that WimScratch provides you with:
Would you like to get any other parameter? Ask for it!
Here you can find some extra resources that will help you to fully understand this solution: