Designed specifically for Western blot analysis, Image Studio™ Lite is simple, intuitive software. Its streamlined, ribbon-based design empowers you to quickly analyze and export publication-ready images. Best of all, it’s free and available to any researcher.
“You can sort your files based on parameters such as image date, the type of analysis, or the fluorescent color channels you used.”
Software for Image Analysis. Dance, A. (2016) The Scientist.
"The software is pretty intuitive to use, which makes it quite easy. It helps me a lot to acquire robust data quickly, also considering the background (which is a bit of a problem when using ImageJ, for instance)."
Elena Ilina of Edinger Institute / University Hospital Frankfurt via SelectScience® Reviews
“…Image Studio Lite provides additional data management features along with annotation tools for producing publication-ready images of your westerns.”
Analyzing gels and western blots with ImageJ. Miller, L. (2010). lukemiller.org.
Analyze Data Accurately
Import images in .jpg, .png, and .tif file formats
Adjust image display without changing your raw data
Eliminate Variability in Blot Quantification
Select bands quickly and quantify signal intensities
Subtract background consistently across your blot
Produce Publication-Ready Images
Annotate bands to produce publication-ready images
Export data for publication or create experiment reports for your colleagues
Optional Software Keys for Additional Analysis
Four analysis software keys are available for Image Studio Lite version 5.0 (or higher). If you need to update your software, download the latest version of Image Studio Lite.
In-Cell Western™ Key
Analyze in vitro assays in a microplate format with the In-Cell Western Key. For 96-well and 394-well microplates, circles are automatically placed over your wells. You can also perform ratiometric calculations.
Small Animal Imaging Key
Mark tumors, organs, and other regions of interest easily with the Auto Shape tool. Quickly isolate regions of interest with the pseudocolor display.
Place a pattern of shapes on an image for fast quantification.
Analyze Western blot and multiplex (MPX™) Western blot images.