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David Gaboriau Jul 10
Segmenting cells with Active Contours in Info: 1- use a seed Region Of Interest 2- run Active Contours on membrane channel 3- get the cell ROIs
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Benjamin Kingston Jul 8
My first, first author paper is out in ! We used 3D and to investigate drug delivery to metastases. Props to my co-authours and for support! Read here:
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ONI Jul 12
Single particle tracking is here! See for FtsK tracking in Mycobacterium cells, samples by Dr. D. Trojanowski, Wroclaw University. ➡️ Learn more:
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Plantae Jul 15
Light-sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) methods collectively represent the major breakthrough in developmental bio-imaging of living multicellular organisms. publication:
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CoLocalizer Apps Jul 11
🗳️ Which proprietary file formats do you use for :
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arivis AG Jul 11
Know the first Imaging Platform that enables exchange of 3D objects between professional & software and Open Source software such as or © Dr. Markus Neumann, Carl Zeiss Microscopy Munich
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IS&T Jul 11
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Micro Pictures 5h
 Xenopus laevis(African clawed toad) tadpole head expressing green ! 🔎10x (objective lens magnification) 🔬Confocal 📷Dr. Helen Rankin
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Georgia Kafer 5h
Sharing is caring. What’s a little DNA damage (green) amongst sister chromatids?
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Annett Thøgersen Jul 11
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My Microscopic World Jul 11
Look at this , swinging its head from side to side like an alligator of the microworld. This beast is a huge , one of the biggest and fastest I have ever seen!
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The Histochemical Society 11h
Replying to @histochemnews
BONUS QUESTION: Which one of these was treated with TNF-alpha?
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Nanolive Jul 10
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Microscopic worlds 20h
Hi there, if you look at the stem of a at 40x magnification, you can see funny faces. Awesome!
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Tari Tan 14h
Great new website for resources
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The Histochemical Society 11h
Our July Game has been posted! Below are three different morphologies for the same basic cell structure -- can you tell what are we looking at? Make your best guess or head over to our Facebook page to play!
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Dipanjan Ghosh 14h
Also the skill of not crashing your oil immersion objective into the glass slide on which your sample is!
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Micro Pictures Jul 15
Liverwort (Lepidolaena taylorii) plant showing modified leaves or ‘water sacs’, which are often home to aquatic microorganisms such as rotifers. 🔎100x(objective lens magnification) 🔬Brightfield 📷Susan Tremblay
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Kale Hartmann Jul 9
Welcome to science twitter !!! Hope you are excited to learn more about on twitter!
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Coastal and Marine Mycology Jul 13
Replying to @MarineMycology
Back in the lab, started looking for fungi on a piece of dead Spartina cordgrass we found washed up on the beach. is an essential lab skill we are working on in - bouncing back and forth between dissecting and compound scopes to observe our specimens.
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