Category: Cell Biology

Testing Zeiss AiryScan microscope

2017.09.12
Testing Zeiss AiryScan microscope (LSM 880 Laser Scanning Microscope with Airyscan)


Stephan Burgold (Zeiss) and João Ramalho (UU) are testing Zeiss AiryScan microscope.


140 nm Nanorulers sample (GATTA-SIM 140B) from Gattaquant before (left) and after (right) pixel reassignment.

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Testing Nikon Ts2-FL microscope

2017.07.21-16 Testing Nikon Ts2-FL microscope

 

 

Cell Biology Utrecht University, Room O-514… Read more

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Testing Andor Dragonfly Spinning Disc

2017.07.10-14 Testing Andor Dragonfly Spinning Disc

 

 

Cell Biology Utrecht University, Room O-518… Read more

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Testing The Nanoimager (ONI, Oxford Nanoimaging)

2017.05.17 Testing The Nanoimager (ONI, Oxford Nanoimaging)
http://www.oxfordni.com/

Cell Biology Utrecht University, Room Z-512… Read more

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Testing Live-SR (Roper)

2017.03.21 Testing Live-SR (Roper)
Live Super-Resolution Confocal Spinning Disc Microscopy

Cell Biology Utrecht University, Room O-524… Read more

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Testing Nikon BioStation IMq

2016.10.20-27 Testing Nikon BioStation IMq

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Sanne Remmelzwaal  and Wilco Nijenhuis are discussing the performance of the BioStation.

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U2OS cells at 20x, phase contrast, chromatin in green, (H2B-YFP) and tubulin in red (mCherry-tubulin)

 

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Testing Biotek Cytation 5

2016.09.05-08 Testing Biotek Cytation 5

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Wound healing assay of HeLa cells over 2 days, phase contrast, stitched from 3 images, 4x

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mCherry-tubulin and H2B-YFP in U2OS cells at 20x

 

 

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Neuro retreat

Each spring we go to Fort aan de Klop (link: http://www.fortaandeklop.com/) to discuss neuroscience topics that are interesting, but normally outside our scope, in an informal setting. The aim of the retreat is to motivate and inspire, to broaden … Read more

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