Korsnes Biocomputing (KoBio)

KoBio is a startup participating in experimental work on computational methods in biology. Contact

Looking for beta testers of our cell tracking software:

We look for partners that can contribute as beta-testers as users of our cell tracking software. We can make a cell visualization product from your live cell video. This includes the ability to browse your video in different ways such as locating special cells, find cells in the video by clicking on a pedigree tree, locate "relative cells" (see screenshot below where four circles mark individual cells with a common second generation ancestor), you get a large set of pedigree trees on a "web solution" which sorts the trees according actual criteria (for example "tree size"). You are supposed to provide us video records of mono-layer cells. You are also supposed patiently to comment on a user manual which we work on and in this way contribute to it. We have to agree on the details for this work. If this message is actual for you, please contact us.

Here is an illustration (screenshot) from the use of Kobio Cell track (click to make it larger):

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Example from multi-tracking of cells using Kobio Celltrack. The image recording was made by Cytation 5 Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Reader from Biotek. 10 hours tracking of many BC3H1 cells (left) + one of these cells dividing after almost 9 hours (right):


If you have questions about this software,
contact the main developer Reinert Korsnes: email


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Related papers:

KORSNES, Monica Suarez; KORSNES, Reinert. Mitotic catastrophe in BC3H1 cells following yessotoxin exposure. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology, 2017, 5. Full text. This work includes supplementary data (video) illustrating tracking of control cells (view video) as well as exposed cells (view video).

KORSNES, Monica Suarez; KORSNES, Reinert. Lifetime distributions from tracking individual BC3H1 cells subjected to yessotoxin. Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology, 2015, 3. Full text.

KORSNES, Reinert, et al. Computer-assisted image processing to detect spores from the fungus Pandora neoaphidis. MethodsX, 2016, 3: 231-241. Full text.

KORSNES, Monica Suarez; KORSNES, Reinert. Single-cell tracking of A549 lung cancer cells exposed to a marine toxin reveals correlations in pedigree tree profiles. Frontiers in Oncology, 2018, 8: 260. Full text.


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