Unlocking the Power of Cell Mechanomics
Cells actively generate mechanical force to sense their microenvironment. The traction force not only serves as an environmental compass but also governs critical biological processes, from adhesion and migration to proliferation and differentiation.
Every cell has a invisible but intricate "mechanomics-fingerprint," a unique signature that not only enables cell identification and classification, but also allows monitoring of cell status, viability and differentiation in real-time.
Eliminating the need for costly labeling agents that can interfere with biological processes for more accurate and reliable results.
Understanding the dynamic changes in cells, which can have important implications for disease diagnosis and therapeutic development.
Enabling multiple measurements on the same rare sample for more comprehensive data and a deeper understanding.
Gaining insights into heterogenic cellular behavior across a diverse range of samples with single-cell resolution.
Novel “Mechanical Biomarker." Untapped "Blue Ocean."
Cell Mechanomics is a new and burgeoning category of biomarkers that represents a previously untapped blue ocean of opportunities.
Enter Cell4D, the pioneering platform that unlocks the mysteries of these mechanomics-fingerprints. We stand as the first in the world to decode the signatures of both healthy and diseased cells in a way that is non-destructive, label-free, and remarkably cost-effective. Our emphasis on decoding cellular heterogeneity and dynamics means we can penetrate the veiled complexities of biological samples, offering a real-time lens into their evolving nature. Leveraging AI, our biochips enable rapid identification and classification of cells to empower advanced diagnosis, drug discoveries, cell therapies and precision medicine.
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