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Qing Tang , PhD

Qing Tang

Qing Tang holds a Ph.D. in Biophysics from Tsinghua University in Beijing, China, where he studied the biological effects of ultrasound and electromagnetic fields. Right before joining Leica Microsystems, he had worked in a lab building a near-field scanning optical microscope (NSOM) and total internal reflection microscope (TIRFM) to track single molecules. He has been working at Leica Microsystems since 2005, first as an advanced workflow specialist for widefield (WF) and presently for confocal.

Raw widefield and THUNDER image of mouse brain showing D2-dopamine receptors.

Expression of D2-Dopamine Receptors in Neurons

This article discusses how D2-dopamine receptors (D2R) in the substantia-nigra of mouse brain can be more clearly revealed with a THUNDER Imager 3D Assay using Instant Computational Clearing (ICC)…
Mouse lung sections

Studying Pulmonary Fibrosis

The results shown in this article demonstrate that fibrotic and non-fibrotic regions of collagen present in mouse lung tissue can be distinguished better with polarized light compared to brightfield.…
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