Free seminar: Label-free live cell analysis using LiveCyte

DATE: Monday 19th Nov 2018      TIME: 10.30am to 11.30am
VENUE:  Australian National University, John Curtin School of Medical Research, Seminar Room 2.

The biggest challenge for many live cell researchers is to characterise individual cells without impacting their behaviour through the act of monitoring them. Whilst the use of fluorescent labels allows both cells and cellular functions to be visualised, the levels of illumination needed to excite the fluorophores can alter innate properties of cells, with the associated cytotoxicity limiting the scope, duration and integrity of any experiment.

This seminar discussed the new modality of Ptychographic QPI, a label-free technique, which exploits the inherent contrast of cellular components to create high contrast images under low levels of light intensity, and allows individual cells to be tracked and monitored over longer periods of time.

For further information call Peter Davis, Applications Specialist, T: 02 9541 3500 or email    Download flier here.

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