7 edition of Live cell imaging found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Dmitri B. Papkovsky|
|Series||Springer protocols, Methods in molecular biology -- 591, Springer protocols, Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.) -- v. 591.|
|LC Classifications||QH585 .L58 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 367 p. :|
|Number of Pages||367|
|ISBN 10||1607614030, 1607614049|
|ISBN 10||9781607614036, 9781607614043|
|LC Control Number||2009939132|
Further, live cell imaging studies of MT nucleation complexes did not reveal any changes in cortical association of the complexes, or any difference in MT nucleation dynamics, after AF depolymerization (Nakamura et al., ). Whereas this does not rule out a direct interaction between the AFs and re-emerging MTs after the oryzalin washout, it Cited by: Imaging of living cells and tissue is now common in many fields of the life and physical sciences, and is instrumental in revealing a great deal about cellular dynamics and function. It is crucial when performing such experiments that cell viability is at the forefront of any measurement to ensure that the physiological and biological processes that are under investigation are not altered in Cited by:
Live cell imaging has been instrumental in research into root growth and development. Due to its simple structure with stereotypical cell patterning, transparency, and ease of cultivation within microscopy chambers, the root has become a key model for cell biology in plants (Ovečka et al., ; Grossmann et al., ).Cited by: 1. Live-Cell Imaging of Physiologically Relevant Metal Ions Using Genetically Encoded FRET-Based Probes by Helmut Bischof 1,*, Sandra Burgstaller 1, Markus Waldeck-Weiermair 1, Thomas Rauter 1, Maximilian Schinagl 1, Jeta Ramadani-Muja 1, Wolfgang F. Graier 1,2 and Roland Malli 1,2Cited by: 5.
The Live Cell Imaging Facility is a light microscopy facility at the Department of Biosciences and Nutrition in Huddinge (campus Flemingsberg) and it is open to all researchers. Learning Microscopy Learn all the fundamentals of microscopy by attending our annual microscopy course or get trainned at our facility. As the pioneer in dual spinning disk confocal technology, Yokogawa has revolutionized live cell imaging in optical microscopy. The multi-beam scanning method offers not only high speed imaging but significantly reduced phototoxicity and photo bleaching, making our confocal scanner units the de facto standard tool for live cell imaging.
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Imaging of living cells and tissues has an important role in biomedical sciences: it allows monitoring dynamic cellular processes in. Fluorescence imaging of live cells is a powerful approach to the study of dynamic cellular processes and events.
Recent advances in fluorescent dye development and imaging technology have resulted in the widespread adoption of using live-cell imaging in many diverse areas, such as developmental and stem cell biology, medical research, drug discovery, and environmental studies.
The second edition of Live Cell Imaging: A Laboratory Manual expands upon and extends the collection of established and evolving methods for studying dynamic changes in living cells and organisms presented in the well-known first edition.
There are 16 new chapters and the 21 updated chapters in this new edition. They include advances in atomic force microscopy, structured illumination. About this book. The second edition of Live Cell Imaging: A Laboratory Manual expands upon and extends the collection of established and evolving methods for studying dynamic changes in living cells and organisms presented in the well-known first edition.
There are 16 new chapters and the 21 updated chapters in this new edition. Imaging of live cells and organisms. In vivo imaging of mammalian cells -- A sealed preparation for long-term observations of cultured cells -- Live cell imaging of yeast -- Live imaging of Caenorhabditis elegans -- Time-lapse cinematography in living Drosophila tissues -- Single-cell imaging in animal tumors in vivo -- Long-term, high.
Live Cell Imaging of Cellular Elements and Functions. Edited by l Conn. VolumePages () Book chapter Full text access Quantitative Fluorescent Live Cell Imaging of Intracellular Ca2+ and H+ Ions in Malaria Parasites.
Live-cell imaging and analysis has a central role in helping to elucidate the intricate biology and mechanisms of cancer and neurodegenerative diseases and improve next generation therapeutics. Light Microscopy Techniques for Live Cell Imaging (this information is current as of July 4, ): The following resources related to this article are available online at.
Tight control of the environment is one of the most critical factors in successful live-cell imaging experiments. Aspects that are readily manipulated include the chamber, the degree of temperature control, atmospheric conditions, nutritional supplements, growth medium buffering, and osmolarity of.
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The Live-cell Imaging facility provides access to cutting-edge microscopy technologies as well as all-embracing support from sample preparation to assay development to image data analysis – making these services available for all researchers at the institute.
In systems biology, live single-cell imaging is a live cell imaging technique that combines traditional live cell imaging and time-lapse microscopy techniques with automated cell tracking and feature extraction, drawing many techniques from high-content is used to study signalling dynamics and behaviour in populations of individual living cells.
Our laboratory recently developed Spinach, an RNA mimic of GFP, which can be used to tag RNAs of interest for live-cell imaging experiments. However, although very bright in vitro, Spinach displays reduced fluorescence in the cellular environment.
For this reason, we carried out systematic mutagenesis to create Spinach2, a superfolding. Cytotoxicity assessment using automated cell imaging and live/dead assays Cytotoxicity assessment using automated cell imaging and live/dead assays.
Live/dead assays are utilized in a wide variety of research applications including investigation of cytotoxic effects of various compounds, treatments, or changes in gene expression.Book Description Live-cell microscopy is a rapidly growing field for the detection of cell or tissue architecture and for cell metabolism.
This Spotlight examines the early detection of diseases and cellular responses to pharmaceutical agents with 3-D systems and non-phototoxic light doses.This webinar will overview the new requirements of these advanced cell systems and describe how exciting recent developments in non-invasive live cell analysis, particularly long-term live-cell imaging, are helping to meet these needs.