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Live Cell Imaging: Simplifying and Demystifying

Live Cell Imaging: Simplifying and Demystifying

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Live cell imaging can be a daunting task for even the experienced microscopist. Understanding the biological challenges, knowing how to select appropriate equipment, and optimizing your image acquisition will enable you to unlock the power of this technique.

Web Event Topics:

Why live cell imaging?

What are the challenges in...

  • Keeping cells alive and healthy
  • Obtaining a clear image

How to select equipment for…

  • Short/long term experiments
  • Sensitive cell lines
  • Precise control of environmental conditions
  • Ease-of-use and affordability

How to optimize system performance and cell viability

Sponsored By Olympus

Patrick C.H. Lo, Ph.D.
Associate Editor,

Kimberly Wicklund, Ph.D.
Field Marketing Manager,
Olympus America Inc.

Michael W. Davidson
Associate in Research, Optical Microscopy
National High Magnetic
Field Laboratory
Florida State University

Nicolas George, M.Sc.
Group Marketing Manager,
Light Microscopes
Olympus America Inc.

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