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Super-resolution microscopy in thick specimens

George Sirinakis & Edward Allgeyer (Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute )
When Mar 18, 2016
from 03:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Where Biochemistry Lecture Theatre Sanger Building, Tennis Court Road
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George Sirinakis and Edward Allgeyer invite all Cambridge Synthetic Biology group for this seminar on Friday.

George and Edward are building microscopes and extending Super-Resolution techniques and their applications to thick sample imaging. They will be discussing certain aspect of instrument design crucial for thick sample imaging and will show example 1 and 2 color images in a variety of cell (RPE1, COS7 ) and tissue samples (Drosophila: egg chamber, gut, wing disks, brain, Organoids: Pancreas) up to ~55 μm deep.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Advanced Imaging Seminars series.

Super-resolution microscopy in thick specimens

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