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In vivo imaging of a mouse pial and cortical vasculature through a glass window (ROSAmT/mG::Pdgfb-CreERT2 mouse meningeal and cortical visualization following tamoxifen induction and craniotomy). Courtesy: Thomas Mathivet, PhD

Windows on Neurovascular Pathologies

Discover how innate immunity can sustain deleterious effects following neurovascular pathologies and the technological developments enabling longitudinal studies into these events.
Lifetime-based multiplexing in live cells using TauSeparation. Mammalian cells expressing LifeAct-GFP (ibidi GmbH) and labelled with MitoTracker Green. Acquisition with one detector, intensity information shown in grey. The two markers can be separated using lifetime information: LifeAct-GFP (cyan), MitoTracker Green (magenta). Image acquired with STELLARIS 5.

The Power of Reproducibility, Collaboration and New Imaging Technologies

In this webinar you willl learn what impacts reproducibility in microscopy, what resources and initiatives there are to improve education and rigor and reproducibility in microscopy and how…
Combining spectrally resolved detection and fluorescence lifetime multiplexing

Live-Cell Fluorescence Lifetime Multiplexing Using Organic Fluorophores

On-demand video: Imaging more subcellular targets by using fluorescence lifetime multiplexing combined with spectrally resolved detection.
Donor (D) and acceptor (A) molecule which participate in FRET (Förster resonance energy transfer).

What is FRET with FLIM (FLIM-FRET)?

This article explains the FLIM-FRET method which combines resonance energy transfer and fluorescence lifetime imaging to study protein-protein interactions.

Visualizing Protein-Protein Interactions by Non-Fitting and Easy FRET-FLIM Approaches

The Webinar with Dr. Sergi Padilla-Parra is about visualizing protein-protein interaction. He gives insight into non-fitting and easy FRET-FLIM approaches.
Transverse histological cut of a rabbit tongue. 50 Mpixels images (2326 µm x 1739 µm) in 14 x 18 tiles. Lifetime gives an additional contrast that allows to differentiate different structures in histological stainings.

A Guide to Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy (FLIM)

The fluorescence lifetime is a measure of how long a fluorophore remains on average in its excited state before returning to the ground state by emitting a fluorescence photon.
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Find Relevant Specimen Details from Overviews

Switch from searching image by image to seeing the full overview of samples quickly and identifying the important specimen details instantly with confocal microscopy. Use that knowledge to set up…

How to Quantify Changes in the Metabolic Status of Single Cells

Metabolic imaging based on fluorescence lifetime provides insights into the metabolic dynamics of cells, but its use has been limited as expertise in advanced microscopy techniques was needed. Now,…

How FLIM Microscopy Helps to Detect Microplastic Pollution

The use of autofluorescence in biological samples is a widely used method to gain detailed knowledge about systems or organisms. This property is not only found in biological systems, but also…

Obtenez le maximum d’informations à partir de votre échantillon grâce à LIGHTNING

LIGHTNING est un processus adaptatif d’extraction d’informations qui révèle les structures fines et les détails, parfois invisibles, et ce automatiquement. Contrairement aux technologies…

Microscopy in Virology

The coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, causing the Covid-19 disease effects our world in all aspects. Research to find immunization and treatment methods, in other words to fight this virus, gained highest…

TauSense Technology Imaging Tools

Leica Microsystems’ TauSense technology is a set of imaging modes based on fluorescence lifetime. Found at the core of the STELLARIS confocal platform, it will revolutionize your imaging experiments.…

Domaines d'application

Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging

La microscopie en temps de vie de fluorescence (FLIM) désigne une technique d’imagerie qui utilise les propriétés inhérentes des colorants fluorescents. Chaque molécule fluorescente présente non…

Imagerie des cellules vivantes

Passant de la perspective basée sur des composants de microscopes individuels à la solution d'imagerie des cellules vivantes parfaitement fonctionnelle, Leica Microsystems intègre le microscope, le…

Organoïdes et culture cellulaire en 3D

L’une des avancées récentes les plus passionnantes de la recherche en sciences de la vie est le développement de systèmes de culture cellulaire en 3D, tels que les organoïdes, les sphéroïdes ou les…


Vos recherches portent sur les infections et les maladies virales ? Découvrez comment renforcer vos connaissances en virologie grâce aux solutions d’imagerie et de préparation d’échantillons de Leica…

Techniques avancées de microscopie

Les techniques de microscopie avancées englobent les techniques d'imagerie à haute résolution et à super-résolution. Ces techniques sont principalement utilisées pour visualiser des événements…
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