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A new ultra-high resolution nanoscope can take 3D images of an entire cell and its cellular constituents in unprecedented detail.
Cyte LC image-based stabilization system for live cell imaging from Mad City Labs (Madison, WI) provides long ..... platform independent stabilization system for live cell imaging . With Nano-CyteLC, temperature gradients and microscope
high-resolution 3-D live- cell imaging without perturbation. By Joost ..... system, which provides live- cell imaging at a new level. With the NanoTracker ..... precision. It offers a live- cell imaging technique with high temporal and spatial
super-resolution techniques more capable for live- cell imaging , as it enables resolving cell features an order of ..... compared to other technologies and demonstrate live- cell imaging of fluorescent protein-labeled microtubules with 3
Nikon Employs Unique Nano-Crystal Coat Technology for Increased Light Transmission at Critical Wavelengths for Live Cell imaging MELVILLE, N.Y. April 29, 2011 – Nikon Instruments, Inc. ( www.nikoninstruments.com ) today introduced its CFI60
Researchers used FTIR spectroscopic imaging to gather information about living cells.
The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) Professor YongKeun Park of the Physics Department at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology and his research team have developed a powerful method for 3D imaging of live cells without staining.
The ability to visualize small biomolecules inside living biological systems with minimal disturbance has been a goal in the scientific community for years.
High-definition infrared (IR) microspectroscopic imaging in a desktop system enables high-throughput cell and tissue screening for clinical diagnostics and drug discovery. Made possible by several technology advances, the system offers clinical pathology a bridge from traditional imaging to a new
A team of scientists from the University of Texas at Arlington and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has figured out how to quantitatively observe cellular processes taking place on lab-on-a-chip devices in a silicon environment.