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  • Organoids and 3D Cell Culture

    One of the most exciting recent advancements in life science research is the development of 3D cell culture systems, such as organoids, spheroids, or organ-on-a-chip models. A 3D cell culture is an…
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  • Virology

    Do your research interests focus on viral infection and disease? Find out how you can gain insights into virology with solutions for imaging and sample preparation from Leica Microsystems.
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  • Neuroscience

    Are you working towards a better understanding of neurodegenerative diseases or studying the function of the nervous system? See how you can make breakthroughs with imaging solutions from Leica…
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  • Model Organisms in Research

    A model organism is a species used by researchers to study specific biological processes. They have similar genetic characteristics to humans and are commonly used in research areas such as genetics,…
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  • Science Lab Topic: Multiphoton Microscopy

    Gaining Insights into Colorectal Cancer Metastasis

    To follow cancer metastasis at the point of occurrence intravital multiphoton microscopy is the tool of choice. Intravital microscopy allows researchers to obtain image data from a living animal, even…
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  • Science Lab Topic: Quantitative Imaging

    Accessing the Metabolic Information of Stem Cells

    Cancer often comes with changes in the metabolism of cells. Monitoring the metabolic state using fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) is a good way to assess these changes. In some cases,…
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  • Science Lab Topic: Confocal Microscopy

    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,…
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  • 1400 x 765 μm² tile scan of large intestine of an anasthesized mouse. The blood system (black) is visualized using the instrinsic label-free THG signal. Excitation was 1275 nm, non-descanned detection 420-430 nm.
    Science Lab Topic: Confocal Microscopy

    How to Quantify Label-free Blood Flow

    The application note “Label-free Blood Flow Quantification” is a guide for data acquisition and analysis of blood flow using label-free third harmonic generation (THG) imaging.
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  • Science Lab Topic: Confocal Microscopy

    Obtain maximum information from your specimen with LIGHTNING

    LIGHTNING is an adaptive process for extraction of information that reveals fine structures and details, otherwise simply not visible, fully automatically. Unlike traditional technologies, that use a…
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