Resipher System

Turns a 96-well plate into a precise real-time oxygen consumption reader

Lucid Scientific’s Resipher empowers researchers to precisely measure oxygen consumption directly in standard microplates. The system’s patented dynamic optical oxygen sensors provide the highest sensitivity without disturbing cells. Resipher’s super-compact profile sits directly in your incubator or workstation.

Resipher data is explored through Lucid Lab – a web-based, real-time logging and analysis software, providing fast and easy data visualisation for each well being monitored. Scientists can now watch their cellular experiments real-time from their computer or remotely via smartphone or tablet.

Real-time analysis
Resipher continuously monitors cell culture oxygen consumption inside the incubator. Data is streamed real-time to the cloud so you and your team can view on any connected device.

Use your current media
No need to reformat your workflow for analysis!

Innovative sensing
An array of ultra-sensitive dissolved oxygen sensors developed by Lucid performs dynamic vertical micro-movements that scan oxygen gradients formed by metabolically active cells.

Novel insights
Resipher provides researchers never-before-seen insights into dynamic cellular responses. High resolution gradient data for each well provides more in-depth analysis.

Cloud driven platform
Data is securely streamed through our cloud infrastructure as experiments happen. Our cross-platform app – Lucid Lab – enables your team to manage experiments, monitor performance, visualize data and share results from anywhere.

  • Consumption resolution 5 fmol/mm2/sec
  • Concentration sensitivity < 1µM
  • Time resolution < 30 mins
  • Resipher dimensions (mm) 128 (W) x 86 (D) x 15 (H)
  • Run up to 8 devices from one hub

Lucid’s cross-platform web application allows teams to create and manage experiments, stream and monitor data from devices in real-time, and generate plots that are ready for publishing. Collaboratively record observations and events through the interface, share plots and experiments, and work from anywhere with full featured desktop and mobile versions.

  • Algae
    Amphidinium carterae, S major
  • Bacteria
    E. coli
  • Human bone
    SW1353, 143B
  • Human brain
  • Human brain endothelial
  • Human breast
    MDA-MB-231, MCF7
  • Human epithelial
  • Human kidney
    HEK 293
  • Human large intestine/colon
    HCT116, DLD1
  • Human liver
  • Human lung
    WI38, A549, CALU-3
  • Human macrophage
    KG-1, MV-4-11
  • Human neurons
  • Human prostate
    PC-3, InCAP, DU-145
  • Human renal proximal tubule epithelial cells
  • Human retinal
  • Human stem
    iPSC-RPE, E16
  • Human T lymphocyte
  • Human umbilical vein endothelial cells
  • Monkey kidney
  • Mouse hippocampal
  • Mouse macrophage
    RAW 246.7
  • Mouse muscle
  • Musculus (mouse) calvaria
  • Rat muscle
  • Worm
    C. Elegans
  • Other
    Cardiomyocytes, Osteoblast, Osteoclast, Macrophage, Adipocyte, Fibroblast, Mesenchymal stem cells, iPSC – ECs, C16, Zebrafish embryos