TIME-LAPSE IMAGE ACQUISITION OF UNDIFFERENTIATED EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS
Undifferentiated embryonic stem cells rapidly proliferate and are very delicate. As such, phototoxicity during time-lapse imaging may damage them and reduce proliferation speed. It is therefore very difficult to perform time-lapse imaging of embryonic stem cell proliferation under physiologically accurate conditions.
The FLUOVIEW FV3000 microscope possesses sensitive detection devices and a highly efficient light path, thus facilitating low-phototoxic time-lapse imaging using extremely low laser power.
Download this application note from Olympus to find out how this microscope enabled one research team to perform a time-lapse imaging experiment on embryonic stem cells spanning 57 hours!
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