Heater - Cooler
You are doing live cell imaging and need …
Fast temperature change ?
Cooling down your sample ?
Temperature stability ?
Easy access to your sample ?
Monitor the thermalization of your cells in real time
The Cherry Temp platform was developed to enable real time change and monitoring of your sample temperature. Thanks to the unique calibration scheme integrated into the platform, the system is able to adapt in real time the temperature of your cells when it detects any change in the microscope environment which may affect you sample temperature. Learn more
Install the CherryTemp system on different microscopes in 10 minutes
CherryTemp has been designed to fit all major microscope brands (Leica, Nikon, Olympus and Zeiss). If you use shared microscope CherryTemp can be installed and uninstalled from your microscope in less than 10 minutes.
Keep our unprecedented precision with both air and immersion objective lenses
The confinement of the sample as well as the very short thermal path frees our technologies almost completely from the influence of classical thermal disruptive parameters. This unique structure coupled to our real time calibration scheme enable us to guarantee temperature homogeneity of your cells even with immersion objectives. Learn more
Ensure temperature stability and homogeneity with a 0.1°C precision
The very short thermal path between sample and thermal fluid frees our technologies almost completely from the influence of classical thermal disruptive parameters.This unique structure coupled to our real time calibration scheme enable them to guarantee temperature stability of your cell sample below 0.5°C. Learn more
Cherry Temp is a platform which fits to your microscope similarly to a top-stage incubator. It enables you to easily access your biological sample at any moment. Moreover, with its large 5-45°C range and intelligent calibration, it is self-sufficient: no more incubation box nor objective collar are necessary. Learn more
Drug-compatible and temperature-controlled microfluidic device for live-cell imaging (Open Biology, 2016)
Compatible with different model systems, our platforms provide a versatile solution for the dynamic regulation of the cellular environment during live-cell imaging. Read more →
Fast temperature regulation for mitochondria positioning on microscope (Current Biology, 2011)
Mitochondria form a dynamic tubular network within the cell. Proper mitochondria movement and distribution are critical for their localized function in cell metabolism, growth, and survival. Read more →
Fast temperature control for thermosensitive protein regulation (Developmental cell, 2009)
The spindle midzone—composed of antiparallel microtubules, microtubule-associated proteins (MAPs), and motors—is the structure responsible for microtubule organization and sliding during anaphase B. Read more →
Fast microfluidic temperature control for high resolution live cell imaging (Lab on Chip, 2011)
One major advantage of using genetically tractable model organisms such as the fission yeastSchizosaccharomyces pombe is the ability to construct temperature-sensitive mutations in a gene. Read more →
Cherry Biotech will present their new video of the system
June 21th -25th LA, USA, SAVE THE DATE: the 21st International C. elegans Meeting
Do you like C.elegans? The 21th International C.elegans Conference will begin on Wednesday evening, June 21 with an opening session from 7:00 pm until 10:00 pm, followed by a Welcome Reception. The meeting will end on Sunday, June 25 at 12:00 noon. The meeting will be returning to the University of California, Los Angeles.
This summer we will be celebrating the 20th Anniversry of the C. elegans Art Show! Cherry Biotech is proud to sponsor this event!
Ahna Skop started the show in 1997 and it is still going strong. A huge thank you to the Worm Community for supporting this event!
Julien Dumont’ s team use different model systems that range from tissue culture cells to mice, their favorite one to study cell division is still C. elegans. That’s why they were our obvious partners when we needed help to adapt CherryTemp to C. elegans research. Check out Julien Dumont’s team webpage @IJM and their publications that refer to CherryTemp. See more