SEMINAR Indiana CTSI Access Technology Program presents: “Light-Sheet Technology and Applications”
Christopher English, PhD Bruker Nano Surfaces
Hosted by: Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility Sara L. Cole, PhD, Optical Microscopy Core Program Director
University of Notre Dame
Friday, April 23 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Please register to receive the ZOOM meeting link: https://redcap.link/CTSI_Technology_Seminar
Description: Light-sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) enables large-scale, three-dimensional imaging at high imaging speeds with less phototoxicity and photobleaching. The Bruker MuVi microscope provides flexible illumination and detection configurations suitable for imaging samples from fields as diverse as cell and developmental biology, neuroscience, oncology, and plant research. In this presentation, you can expect to learn the advantages of light-sheet fluorescence microscopy and how this technique can be adapted to image a variety of live, fixed or cleared samples.
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Image (z-projection) of a transgenic drosophila embryo expressing GFP- and mCherry-tagged proteins. Image courtesy of Vijay Kumar Naidu Velagala, a graduate student in the lab of Dr. Jeremiah Zartman. This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant # CBET-1553826 and CBET-1919832 (PI, J.Zartman).
Originally published at imaging.nd.edu.