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BioKansas Jan 19
A special thank to for sponsoring our BioBreak! provides grade systems & BioKansas members can with our BBS programs!
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Nikon Instruments Jan 19
New system uses correlative quantitative phase contrast and TIR for label-free monitoring of stem cells.
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Reto Fiolka Jan 19
Moire effect is often used to explain Structured illumination microscopy, albeit the analogy is not fully correct. In SIM, the pattern intensity is multiplied with the sample fluorophore distribution, here it is a superposition of patterns. Still the effect and math are similar.
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Margarida M Barroso Jan 18
Replying to @NikonInst
The closest STORM to Albany NY is in the Nikon's Center of Excelence at UMass Amherst, Thanks for the info, Nick Deakin!
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Nikon Instruments Jan 18
Just think, back in the day you had to draw micrographs by hand! 👩‍🎨
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Nikon Instruments Jan 17
Ultrafast optical imaging of cell elasticity using kHz shear waves 🔊
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J. Simon Wiegert Jan 16
GluSnFR goes red: Genetically Encoded Glutamate Indicators with Altered Color and Topology
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Jenny Schafer Jan 13
Fantastic! "honorees receive €400 per month (about $470) for anything that alleviates their domestic load: housecleaning services, time-saving appliances"
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Nikon Instruments Jan 16
New polyyne-based optical reporters provide 20 distinct frequencies, 10-color imaging demonstrated in live cells.
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Nikon Instruments Jan 12
Did you know that we make many microscopy-related peer-reviewed video journal articles freely available on our website? Check it out!
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Wallace Marshall Jan 11
Do you like biology and physics? Do you like microscopes? Do you hate sleep or being bored? Apply to the Physiology course!
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Nikon Instruments Jan 11
Curious how Nikon’s have evolved over the years? Then check out our “museum” page on !
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Nikon Instruments Jan 10
Join us next week at the for a seminar on the latest advances in our N-SIM system! 🔬
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Nikon Instruments Jan 9
Want to take your optical microscopy skills from 0 to 60 in ten days flat? Then apply to at !
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Richard Behringer Jan 9
We have posted a preprint of our studies on the 3D structure of developing uterine glands in the mouse 🐭 & propose a standardized 3D uterine gland staging system for phenotype analysis.
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Christopher King Jan 7
Well at least if you enter the nikon small world competition and don't win they send you an awesome calendar as a consolation prize, thank you 😊 Better believe I'm entering again with a vengeance 😎
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Nikon Instruments Jan 8
Replying to @Masterpnside
You're welcome, and thank you for entering!! It's the many talented and enthused microscopists such as yourself that make our contest such an embarrassment of riches.
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Nikon Instruments Jan 8
, a new ratiometric fluorescent probe for glutathione
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Nikon Instruments Jan 5
Unique colors of scales result of 3D nanostructures. It's the only animal that displays full-spectrum .
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Nikon Instruments Jan 4
New acid-tolerant and monomeric green fluorescent protein, “Gamillus”, has pKa = 3.4.
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