Heat & cool down your cells in seconds during high-resolution live-cell imaging

Ultrafast temperature shifts


Heat & cold shocks


Long-term stability & precision


Live and high-resolution imaging


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CherryTemp fits all widely used microscopes

CherryTemp is a
Plug&Play platform
integrating seamlessly
in high-resolution
microscope environments

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Publications

C. elegans oocytes & chromosome segregation: microtubule pushing
Publications

C. elegans oocytes & chromosome segregation: microtubule pushing

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Inhibition of microtubule assembly using fast temperature changes
Publications

Inhibition of microtubule assembly using fast temperature changes

(Development, 2017) Summary | In most species, oocytes lack centrosomes. Accurate meiotic spindle assembly and chromosome segregation – essential to prevent...
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Medium renewal and temperature control for live-cell imaging
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Medium renewal and temperature control for live-cell imaging

(Open Biology, 2016) Summary | Monitoring cellular responses to changes in growth conditions and perturbation of targeted pathways is integral to...
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Real-time qPCR using CherryTemp on-a-chip
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Real-time qPCR using CherryTemp on-a-chip

(Lab on Chip, 2016) Summary | To control future infectious disease outbreaks, like the 2014 Ebola epidemic, it is necessary to...
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Universities using CherryTemp in their labs

Our Customers testimonials

Dr. Julie Canman

Dr. Julie Canman

Columbia University Medical Center

“The Cherry system is now in full use in my lab and it is working beautifully on its own. The Cherry system is great for stably maintaining temperature on our microscopes”
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Dr. Emmanuel Derivery

Dr. Emmanuel Derivery

MRC Lab of Molecular Biology, London

“CherryTemp is a one-of-a kind device for the study of thermosensitive mutants and cytoskeleton dynamics. Its flexibility makes it very easy to adapt to various geometries, from cells to tissue explants or even whole animals !”
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