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SP8 DIVE (Deep In Vivo Explorer)

SP8 DIVE

Spektral einstellbare Lösung für mehrfarbige Multiphotonenaufnahmen

Maximaler Informationsgehalt aus jeder Probe mit LIGHTNING

LIGHTNING

Maximaler Informationsgehalt aus jeder Probe

Leica TCS SP8 CARS Konfokalmikroskop – Bildgebung ohne Probenfärbung

Leica TCS SP8 CARS

Bildgebung nativer Proben ohne Färbung

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Leica TCS SP8 DLS

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IL-18 cytokine derived from the enteric nervous system is important for intestinal immunity

Interleukin 18 (IL-18) is a proinflammatory cytokine, which induces cell-mediated immune reaction upon bacterial infection. In the intestine, it is…

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Nanoscopy meets Lifetime: Introducing τ-STED

τ-STED combines the optical signals from STED and the photophysical information from the fluorescence lifetime at unprecedented speeds. This approach…

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Image Gallery: THUNDER Imager

To help you answer important scientific questions, THUNDER Imagers eliminate the out-of-focus blur that clouds the view of thick samples when using…

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Cholesterol Homeostasis Modulates Platinum Sensitivity in Human Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is one of the most severe types of cancers that women can suffer from during their lifetimes. It is the cancer’s tendency for frequent…

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Explore Innovative Techniques to Separate Fluorophores with Overlapping Spectra

In this article we explore several strategies you can take to improve the separation of fluorophores and increase the number of fluorescent probes you…

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Two-color SRS image of human pancreatic organoids showing proteins (red) and lipids (green).

Vibrational Spectroscopic Imaging in Cells, Tissues and Model Organisms

Here we present a webinar on the emerging applications of Stimulated Raman Scattering Microscopy, covering the following topics: Quantitative…

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Add an Extra Dimension to Confocal Results with TauSense

Leica Microsystems’ TauSense technology is a set of imaging modes based on fluorescence lifetime. Found at the core of the STELLARIS confocal…

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How to Uncover Hidden Dimensions in Research with Lifetime Imaging

The vast majority of imaging experiments measure fluorescence intensity but there is another key property of fluorescence—its lifetime, which is…

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Learn how to Remove Autofluorescence from your Confocal Images

Autofluorescence can significantly reduce what you can see in a confocal experiment. This article explores causes of autofluorescence as well as…

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Interview with Magali Mondin on THUNDER Imagers

Magali Mondin, an engineer at the BIC (Bordeaux Imaging Center) in France, describes her experience using a THUNDER Imager in this interview. She had…

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