Optimised imaging systems for high-speed analysis

Imaging technologies are now even more optimised to meet the laboratory's main requirements: ease of use and swift analysis of results, Sean Ottewell reports

Hybrid imaging probe to diagnose skin cancer in development

Optical Coherence Tomography technology has been developed over the past decade and is capable of imaging human skin anatomy in real time and in 3D

Imaging technology helps understand how cell division mistakes lead to human disorders

System takes 60 images through 300nm-thick slices of living tissue in just 30 seconds

Imaging of blood vessel growth in tumors

Accurate detection and quantification of blood vessel growth using nonsurgical methods would greatly complement current therapies and allow physicians to quickly assess treatment regimens and adjust them as necessary.

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.

Lensless imaging of whole biological cells

A team of scientists has used x-ray diffraction microscopy to make images of whole yeast cells, achieving the highest resolution ever obtained with this method for biological specimens.

Appropriate use of nuclear imaging technology

Following the recent publications highlighting potential dangers of ionising radiation resulting from imaging testing, the ESC experts feel that it is important to voice support of the technology.

Advance in imaging of cell death

A new paper describes important progress in using a synthetic probe to target dead and dying cells in mammary and prostate tumors in living animals.

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.

Medical imaging technique identifies common condition

In women with lower urinary tract symptoms, a medical imaging technique called dynamic MRI allows clinicians to diagnose pelvic organ prolapse.

Hi-res desktop imaging tool

Phenom is a high resolution desktop imaging tool with an optical camera for never-lost navigation and a high quality electron microscope for detailed imaging.

PET imaging response a prognostic factor

A rapid decline in metabolic activity on a PET scan after radiation therapy for non-small cell lung cancer is correlated with good local tumour control, according to a study.

Surface dissolution imaging

The SDI300 is a unique UV area imaging detector which enables quantitative imaging of surface phenomena of a diverse range of substances including APIs, formulations, gels, liquids, stents and patches.

Concurrent imaging of metabolic and electric signals

Cardiac rhythm disorders can result from disturbances in cardiac metabolism and these metabolic changes are tightly linked with specific cardiac electrophysiology abnormalities.

Imaging: Researchers capture bacterial infection on film

Researchers have developed a new technique that allows them to make a movie of bacteria infecting their living host.

Imaging: Microscopic systems through holographic video

Physicists have developed a technique to record three-dimensional movies of microscopic systems, such as biological molecules, through holographic video.

Imaging: Brain's centre for perceiving 3-D motion

Neuroscientists have now pinpointed where and how the brain processes 3-D motion using specially developed computer displays and an fMRI machine to scan the brain.

Imaging: Innova scanning probe microscope

The Innova atomic force microscope provides more performance and flexibility at a greater value than any other SPM.

Imaging: Easy measurement of large sample areas

The accurate measurement of large sample areas is now faster, simpler and more convenient with the introduction of the Axio CSM 700 confocal microscope.

Imaging: Cell infected by virus viewed

A recently published article describes the researchers' findings about the life cycle of the Sulfolobus turreted icosahedral virus.






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