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Imaging system probes cancer cell mystery

Microscopy is a key technology in laboratory sciences and the latest releases show that this trend is continuing. Sean Ottewell reports.

Speed and sensitivity key to advanced cell imaging techniques

Novel methods for imaging live cells are focusing heavily on speed and sensitivity as innovation abounds in this fast-moving sector. Sean Ottewell reports.

New Automatic cell feeding station

PROcellcare stands for a system, which supplies live cells under the microscope with biological nutrient and working solutions thus allowing the scientist/developer to execute efficient and automatic dispensing and controlling processes of...

Imaging advance: Cellomics ToxInsight IVT Platform

Cellomics ToxInsight Solution offers a unique combination of imaging hardware and analysis software, and couples pre-validated panels of...

Looking at live cells in the laboratory – the image solutions

Formed in 1993 by owner and MD Ian Corless, Image Solutions has carved a niche for itself as a consultancy capable of putting together the type of imaging packages demanded by cutting-edge researchers: particularly those who work with live...

Imaging technology reveals the complexity of biomarkers

Dr Ronald Koop looks at an ultra high content analysis technology that has the capability to provide combinatorial, cell-based biomarkers.

Biomarkers help understand complex biological networks

Ronald Koop looks at a robotic whole-cell imaging technology that integrates cell biology and biomathematical tools.

The importance of peristaltic technology for clean pumping

Since its formation in 1988, The Automation Partnership (TAP) has pioneered the development and implementation of industrial automation solutions to the world's leading pharmaceutical, agrochemical, biotechnology and genomics companies.

Imaging - fat crystals in chocolate

Market leaders in temperature controlled microscopy, Linkam Scientific Instruments report on the use of their Linksys32-DV software to visualise and measure the in-situ growth of fat crystals on the surface of chocolate.

Scientists in quest to unravel health secrets of the DNA twist

People suffering from genetic conditions such as cancer and premature aging could benefit from new research that seeks to explain how...

Imaging whole cells in liquid

Scientists have always wanted to take a closer look at biological systems and materials. Niels de Jonge and his colleagues have added a new...

University Upgrades live-cell imaging system

Ahe DeltaVision family of live-cell imaging systems, supplied by Image Solutions (UK) Ltd is helping to ensure that the College of Life Sciences at the University of Dundee, Scotland, maintains its premier position in Scotland for life...

Crawling the Web: HIV and RNAi

Everyday, Scientist Live turns its eyes to the Web around it and highlights news and research across the Internet. Today we look take an extended look at HIV replication and RNA-interference.

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