Researchers have created an X-ray scanning machine that shows the shape of an object and its molecular composition.
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A new non-invasive microscopic fluorescence imaging method has been developed to reveal details of the brain in animal models of various diseases.
The development of a Parkinson’s disease model, using hiPSC-derived neural cells, to assess alpha-synuclein pre-formed fibril-induced toxicity.
AI algorithms, light-field microscopy and light-sheet microscopy have been combined by researchers to image biological processes in 3D.
A novel sensitive label-free imaging method has been developed to visualise brain samples using an FxClear-based tissue clearing technique.
Researchers have created a new imaging technique called electrochemiluminescence to visualise multiple spheroids with a single shot.
In this short video we show an example of a 3D airway organoid model along with some interesting ways to get the most out of this type of assay.
Optical tweezers-coupled Raman spectroscopy has been used to reveal the structure of alpha-synuclein, an IDP linked to Parkinson's disease.
Researchers have used cryo-EM to show that a new nanobody cocktail can bind to the S protein of SARS-CoV-2, neutralising the coronavirus.
An AI software called ZeroCostDL4Mic has been developed by researchers to enable other scientists to analyse images from microscopy studies.