Investigating multiple drug-induced perturbations with Nanolive’s Automated live cell imaging: the CX-A
In this application note we will discuss the new research possibilities offered by the CX-A for the study of drug-induced perturbations.
- Learn how Nanolive’s CX-A together with Nanolive’s Tokaihit top-stage incubator allows for the acquisition of very powerful 3D images and 4D time-lapses of living cells in a multi-well plate format.
- Learn how to perform multiple label-free drug perturbation assays, live and over long periods of time.
When holotomography meets immuno-oncology
In this application note we will discuss new research possibilities offered by the 3D Cell Explorer for the study of immune system cells, which are extremely sensitive to stress.
- Learn about new research possibilities to study cell-cell interactions within the immune system with a focus on T-cell interactions with self and non-self cells
- Learn about unique time-lapse imaging of immune system cells that have been produced with the 3D Cell Explorer
Investigating cellular metabolism with the 3D Cell Explorer
In this application note we will discuss new research possibilities offered by the 3D Cell Explorer for the study of organelle biology with a focus on mitochondria and lipid droplets biology in both qualitative and quantitative approaches in perturbed or unperturbed conditions.
- Learn how to observe the fundamental interplay between mitochondria and lipid droplets
- Learn how to observe and compare mitochondrial network perturbation
- Learn how to track lipid droplets
Using the 3D Cell Explorer-fluo for fluorescence and holotomographic imaging
Time lapse imaging of mouse embryonic stem cells (mESCs) that have been genetically modified to express the fluorescence ubiquitination cell cycle indicator (FUCCI)
- Learn how to use the 3D Cell Explorer-fluo to record movies that require both fluorescence and 3D refractive index imaging
- Learn how to analyze the resulting time lapse experiment
Visualizing three-dimensional data produced by the 3D Cell Explorer
Visualizing tomographic data in an efficient way is essential for designing further 3D image analysis
- Export properly your data produced with the 3D Cell Explorer
- Learn how to prepare your data
- Learn how to visualize it in optimal ways
3D object detection and segmentation inside an RI map
Using a simple example, a 3D segmentation of HeLa cells nuclei, you will:
- Learn how to properly segment the nuclei of mammalian cells present in a 3D refractive index map using FIJI
- Acquire computational tools and knowledge to analyze your images
Quantitative Analysis of 3D Refractive Index Maps
Using two examples i) HeLa cell nuclei and ii) a time series of mouse embryonic stem cell images, you will:
- Learn how to obtain a set of numerical features that will describe your objects of interest once they have been segmented
- Learn how to extract a large panel of features from an object as well as simple visualization cases, more advanced 3D object segmentation and feature plotting with a focus on how to calculate dry mass out of refractive index values.