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Light Microscopy – Multimedia

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Stunning Sensory Neuron Development in Zebrafish

Amazing footage shows the development of sensory neurons in zebrafish.
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Advancing Disease Research with High-Content Analysis [Flipbook]

Download this flipbook to learn how HCA can enhance your research.
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6 Tips for Improving Sample Staining for Flow Cytometry

Developed initially in the field of immunology, flow cytometry now has applications throughout the biological sciences and beyond. A successful flow cytometry experiment begins with good sample preparation.
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Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis: The Importance of Multiple-site Sampling

This research project attempts to highlight the importance of sampling from multiple sites of the lungs of patients with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. Examining the histopathology of the human lung samples with IPF shows varying levels of fibrosis in different sites of the lung. To ensure an accurate representation of a patient's lungs, it is important to obtain samples from multiple sites on the lobes of the lungs.
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6 Tips for Optimal Transfection

The following is a list of what I think are the most useful tips for successful transfection, learned through years of experience and troubleshooting transfection experiments.
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Inhibition of The Auto-inflammation Suppressor Protein ISG15 Triggers Preeclampsia by Blocking Trophoblast Migration and Invasion

In summary, ISG15 expression levels are crucial for trophoblast morphology and function (migration/invasion). By blocking trophoblast invasion, reduced ISG15 levels could contribute to impaired spiral artery transformation that reduces utero-placental blood flow in preeclampsia. Thus, agents inducing ISG15 expression are likely to be therapeutic in preeclampsia.
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7 Stunning Cell Images from 2017

Advances in imaging techniques now enable us to see cells in exquisite detail. This has not only increased what researchers can learn about cells’ development and behaviour, but has also resulted in the production of some images beautiful in their own right.

Here we take a look at a few of our favourite cell images from the past year.
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6 Ultra-Low Cost Diagnostics

In this list we look at 6 promising ultra-low cost diagnostic technologies, which could help take the tools to where they are most needed.
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Cross-disciplinary Optimization of Nano-Drug Delivery to Ovarian Carcinoma and Glioma Cells

This study reports on the quantitative analysis of the diffusion and localization of a targeted drug delivery system (DDS) consisting of fluorescent labeled 0.01 µM paclitaxel-BODIPY 564/570 encapsulated in non-ionic surfactant vesicles embedded in a thermosensitive cross-linked chitosan hydrogel.
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Imaging Gene Regulation in Living Cells at the Single Molecule Level

In this talk, James Zhe Liu presents his teams latest efforts in harnessing a set of advanced super-resolution, single-molecule imaging approaches to study how enhancer-binding pluripotency factors (Sox2/Oct4) dynamically search for and assemble on their cognate sites in live embryonic stem (ES) cells.
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