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HOT FROM THE PRESS

HOT FROM THE PRESS

Updated: Jul 13, 2023

Leica Stellaris Advanced Configurations

Presented by Dr. Anthony Choo, Confocal Application Specialist (Leica Microsystems)

Thank you Anthony for inspiring our young researchers by discussing the emerging technologies on Leica Stellaris platform including Cryo Confocal and Stimulated Raman!!





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Updated: Jun 28, 2023

CAMiLoD will be hosting a workshop on Imaris - Microscopy Imaging Software.

Presented by Dr. Erich Giedzinski, Imaris application specialist (Andor Technologies)

This Image Analysis Workshop introduces new users to the powerful software Imaris, that has advanced 3D visualization capabilities. The first session will provide a comprehensive overview of Imaris, and the second session will delve into analysis modalities in detail. Attendees will learn how to use Imaris to create, analyze, and visualize 3D images obtained from light, confocal, and electron microscopy. The workshop will also cover topics such as object segmentation and colocalization analysis.

Session 1 - Introductory overview

When: Friday, Jun 23, 2023 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Session 2 – Advanced tutorial

When: Thursday, Jun 29, 2023 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Contact camilod@utoronto.ca for details!


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Updated: Jun 28, 2023

Single cell in-situ spatial profiling with Xenium Analyzer

This webinar will explore the cutting edge high-resolution, in situ spatial profiling technology, called Xenium Analyzer, by 10x Genomics. Associate professor Nick Banovich, will present the data obtain by his lab with FFPE-preserved primary lung samples from 7 healthy controls and 12 patients with pulmonary fibrosis (PF) to demonstrate the cell-type composition inferred from this data matched much more closely with the biological “ground truth” when compared to methods requiring tissue dissociation. REGISTER for this webinar, hosted by Science, to:

  • Explore the power of image-based in situ spatial profiling with Xenium In Situ and how it provides novel insights into the biology of PF

  • Understand how spatial niches defined by pathology-directed and unbiased clustering methods can be used to profile disease-associated cellular and molecular dysregulation in PF

  • Have an opportunity to ask questions during the live broadcast

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