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Untreated Hela Kyoto cells stained to show the nucleus (Hoechst, blue), the cis-golgi matrix protein GM130 (AF488, green), and the trans-golgi network membrane protein TGN46 (AF647, red).

Golgi Organizational Changes in Response to Cell Stress

VIDEO ON DEMAND - In this episode of MicaCam, our special guest George Galea from EMBL Heidelberg will look at HeLa Kyoto cells treated with various chemotherapeutic agents to investigate their effect…
Image of a single slice taken from a zebrafish heart showing the ventricle with an injury in the lower area. Nuclei of all cells are indicated with blue, nuclei of the cardiomyocyte heart muscle cells with green, and the proliferating cells with red. Courtesy of Laura Peces-Barba Castaño, Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research, Germany.

Imaging of Cardiac Tissue Regeneration in Zebrafish

Learn how to image cardiac tissue regeneration in zebrafish focusing on cell proliferation and response during recovery. MicaCam Episode 04 with Laura Peces-Barba Castaño from the Max Planck…

How Does The Cytoskeleton Transport Molecules?

VIDEO ON DEMAND - See how 3D cysts derived from MDCK cells help scientists understand how proteins are transported and recycled in tissues and the role of the cytoskeleton in this transport.
Developing zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryo, from sphere stage to somite stages.

Studying Early Phase Development of Zebrafish Embryos

VIDEO ON DEMAND - This second edition of MicaCam focuses on combining widefield and confocal imaging to study the early-stage development of zebrafish embryos (Danio rerio), from oocyte to…
U2OS cells stained with Hoechst for nuclei (blue), MitoTracker green (Mitochondria structure, green) and TMRE (active mitochondria, magenta) and SiR for tubulin (red). Simultaneous acquisition of four channel large area overview using Spiral scan feature using the 10x/1.20 CS2 Water MotCORR objective.

How To Get Multi Label Experiment Data With Full Spatiotemporal Correlation

VIDEO ON DEMAND - The first edition of MicaCam focuses on the special challenges of live cell experiments. Our hosts Lynne Turnbull and Oliver Schlicker use the example of studying the mitochondrial…

Visualizing Protein Degradation and Aggregation in the Living Cell

Our guest speaker, Prof Dr Eric Reits, presents his work on neurodegenerative disorders. Reits’ group are experts on the subject of Huntington’s disease and work towards identifying leads for…
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