Cell-Based Analyses for Neuroscience Research
Infographic Sep 19, 2018
Cell-based assays are prevalent within neuroscience. Some typical applications include investigations into the underlying mechanisms of neuronal signaling and neurodegeneration.
However, subtle, progressive cellular changes are difficult to capture using traditional technologies. Techniques that facilitate consistent monitoring of cell biology in vitro over time are therefore necessary to characterize these dynamic processes.
Download this infographic to:
- Explore the pros and cons of current neuronal cell models
- Learn how to overcome the limitations of current technologies
- Discover the advantages of real-time live-cell analysis
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