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    How do cells behave over the long term?

    The IncuCyte (Sartorius), placed in a stable environment because it is installed in an incubator, gives access to acquisitions over long periods of time (days, weeks, etc.) and under many conditions (addition of molecules, injury test, etc.). The possible acquisitions in white light and in “green” and “red” fluorescence give access to multifactorial screening conditions, the data of which can subsequently be studied more precisely by microscopy. Developments are in progress to offer the possibility of performing these analyzes on cells in culture on gels of controlled rigidity