Cell Biology Image Gallery

Cell biology images taken with Leica Microsystems instruments

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Cell biology studies the structure, function and behavior of cells, including cell metabolism, cell cycle, and cell signaling. Fluorescence microscopes are an integral part of a cell biologist toolkit. Widefield and confocal microscopes are used widely to visualize the details of complex structures in the cellular context.

Cell biology imaging with STELLARIS confocal platform

The STELLARIS family of confocal microscopes provides you with high-end solutions that enable the study of live cell specimens, detailed single molecule analysis or helps you maximize the results you get out of your experiments.

Live NE-115 cells expressing mNeonGreen-LifeAct

Live NE-115 cells expressing mNeonGreen-LifeAct are stained with MitoTracker Green, NucRed and SiR Tubulin.

2 intensity channels.

4 lifetime-based channels

Live NE-115 cells expressing mNeonGreen-LifeAct are stained with MitoTracker Green, NucRed and SiR Tubulin. Signals are acquired with 2 detectors for two fluorophores each. Intensity image shows in yellow and gray. Signal in each detector will be distingushed with TauSeparation tool. It results in 4 color image: Actin: LifeAct-mNeonGreen (left: yellow, right: red); mitochondria: MitoTracker Green (left: yellow, right: green); nuclei: NUC Red (left: gray, right: blue); and tubulin: SiR-tubulin (left: gray, right: magenta). Sample courtesy: Max Heydasch, University of Bern, and Spirochrome.

Kita mycelia expressing mCherry at the membrane and in the interior​

STED for malaria research

Three color STED imaging of Cos 7 cells

TCell

Live-cell TauSTED showing three distinct cellular structures in U2OS cells

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