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The nervous system is an intricate network of neurons, whose correct functioning depends highly in the proper development of its neuron-to-neuron connections; so the formation of a neuronal circuitry that works perfectly relies on the correct evolution of the neurite outgrowth process. The neurite outgrowth is the complex and critical process of neurite formation and development, whose malfunction is involved in an extended series of neuronal conditions and illnesses, like Alzheimer and Parkinson, so it constitutes one of the main focus of study in neurology and psychiatry.

The evolution of neurite outgrowth and its objective quantification is a difficult task that only with the most advanced image analysis techniques can be performed with success and reliability. WimNeuron – Neurite outgrowth is specially developed to carry out the neurite outgrowth quantification with high precision and accuracy to help you make the most of your image analysis.

WimNeuron - Neurite outgrowth is specially designed to monitorize accurately the neurite outgrowth process and provide objective data from the neuron culture images. Thanks to Wimasis high-end algorithms, WimNeuron - Neurite outgrowth is able to process an extensive amount of images and provide reliable results in record time.

WimNeuron – Neurite outgrowth uses as input neuron culture images, generated using fluorescence, bright field or phase contrast microscopy techniques. Optionally, neurons can be stained with nuclear dyes (such as the DAPI or Hoechst), which will be helpful to provide extra parameters of the analysis. Besides, WimNeuron – Neurite outgrowth is designed with flexibility to adapt to any kind of image microscopy used to screen the neurite outgrowth; so if your neurite outgrowth images do not meet the requirements above, don’t hesitate to contact us and get a trial for your images.
Neurites Outgrowth image granted by the Molecular Genetics and Genomics Department of the Washington University in St Louis.
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  • 100 images 350.00 €
  • 250 images 750.00 €
  • 500 images 1,000.00 €
  • 1000 images 1,500.00 €
  • 2000 images 2,500.00 €
  • 5000 images 6,000.00 €
  • 10000 images 10,000.00 €
  • 20000 images 18,000.00 €
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Analysis data contain
  • ✔ Number of neuronal networks
  • ✔ Number of neurite segments
  • ✔ Number of branching points
  • ✔ Total circuitry length
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