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  • Milestones in Incident Light Fluorescence Microscopy

    Since the middle of the last century, fluorescence microscopy developed into a bio scientific tool with one of the biggest impacts on our understanding of life. Watching cells and proteins with the help of fluorescence molecules is a standard method in nearly every life science discipline today. This broad application range goes back to the technical work of some researchers who wanted to improve and simplify fluorescence microscopic labor. One person who was involved in that development was the Dutch medic Johann Sebastiaan Ploem.
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  • Webinar: From Epifluorescence to Super-Resolution in 3D

    This webinar will illustrate results obtained by biochemical, Epifluorescence, TIRFM, Confocal and GSD techniques. Depending on the aim of experimental question, different imaging techniques deliver insights into varying aspects of intracellular pathways. To achieve "True-to-detail imaging" of the spatial arrangement of proteins and other biomolecules in cells, GSDIM achieves resolutions up to 20 nm in x and y direction – beyond the diffraction limit of light microscopy. But Super-resolution microscopy can be applied in the axial (z-) direction, too. A recent commercial implementation of the astigmatism approach will be discussed in more detail during this webinar.
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  • Fluorescence in Microscopy

    Fluorescence microscopy is a special form of light microscopy. It uses the ability of fluorochromes to emit light after being excited with light of a certain wavelength. Proteins of interest can be marked with such fluorochromes via antibody staining or tagging with fluorescent proteins.
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