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  • Imaging di cellule vive

    Spostando la prospettiva dai singoli componenti per microscopio a una soluzione completa, Leica Microsystems integra microscopio, software per l'imaging LAS X, fotocamere e componenti dedicati di…
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  • Leica photomanipulation


    Il termine fotomanipolazione comprende tutta una serie di tecniche che sfruttano le proprietà delle molecole fluorescenti per avviare gli eventi e osservare il comportamento dei complessi dinamici…
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  • Microscopia a fluorescenza

    La fluorescenza è uno dei fenomeni fisici più comunemente utilizzati nella microscopia biologica e analitica, soprattutto a causa della sua elevata sensibilità e specificità. Scopri come i microscopi…
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  • Zebrafish Whole Brain imaging with Leica SP8 spectral confocal laser scanning microscope

    Zebrafish Brain - Whole Organ Imaging at High Resolution

    Structural information is key when one seeks to understand complex biological systems, and one of the most complex biological structures is the vertebrate central nervous system. To image a complete…
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  • Improve 3D Cell Biology Workflow with Digital Light Sheet Microscopy

    Understanding the sub-cellular mechanisms in carcinogenesis is of crucial importance for cancer treatment. Popular cellular models comprise cancer cells grown as monolayers. But this approach…
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  • Improve Workflow in Kidney Research with 3D STED Deep Nanoscopy

    Visualize the ultrastructure of the glomerular filtration barrier. The combination of optical clearing and nanoscopy allows to study the glomerular filtration barrier at the nanoscale. The Leica TCS…
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  • Kaggle Competition for Multi-label Classification of Cell Organelles in Proteome Scale Human Protein Atlas Data

    The Cell Atlas, a part of the Human Protein Atlas, was created by the group of Prof. Emma Lundberg at the SciLifeLab, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, in Stockholm, Sweden. Currently, she is a…
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