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HOT FROM THE PRESS

HOT FROM THE PRESS

Updated: Jan 19

Thursday, January 19, 2023 — 12 PM EST Registration required.

This webinar will provide practical guidance for AFM probe selection and answer common probe selection and usage questions. Find out about our latest innovations in probe design for both life science and materials science applications and get real-time answers to your probe-selection questions.


Thursday, February 02, 2023 — 10 AM EST Registration required.

This webinar will explore the innovative features of Leica STELLARIS platform, including the integration of White Light Laser (WLL), and Hybrid Photodetectors (HyDs) that enable fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) and fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS), and TauSense, the powerful new set of lifetime-based imaging tools, allows simultaneous capture of fluorescence intensity and lifetime-based information from the dyes in your sample.



Thursday, February 16, 2023 — 8 AM EST Registration required.

This workshop will explore tools and techniques to examine spatial localization of proteins, such as,

  • multiplexed imaging methods for spatial proteomics of cells and tissues

  • Deep Visual Proteomics (DVP) for spatial molecular profiling in tissues at single cell resolution

  • novel golgi-nuclear interactions identified following analysis of genome-scale localization data from the Human Protein Atlas

  • advanced microscopy, laser microdissection, and AI-based techniques for studying protein subcellular localization


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This webinar explains the basics of AFM probe selection optimized for the application of interest. Biological applications, including hydrogels, soft samples, living cells and tissues were discussed. Follow the link below to access the webinar:

How To Choose an AFM Probe


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Your CAMiLoD Team


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Updated: Feb 11, 2021

Check out the following paper that describes the development of an ImageJ plugin to quantify metrics of matrix alignment, length, branching, end points, gaps, fractal dimension, curvature, and the distribution of fibre thickness.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33504622/


Enjoy,


Your CAMiLoD team


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