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IBEX and StrataQuest Image Analysis Compatibility IBEX and StrataQuest Image Analysis Compatibility

There is a huge need for multiplexing techniques, such as Iterative Bleaching Extends multiplexity (IBEX), which make it possible to stain various markers in order to visualize unique phenotypes. The image analysis solution StrataQuest (TissueGnostics) can further be utilized to quantify these phenotypes in their spatial context.

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   Sensitive, Fluorescent Nanosystem Detects Radioactive Uranyl IonsSensitive, Fluorescent Nanosystem Detects Radioactive Uranyl Ions
 
A new study describes the development of a sensitive, fluorescent nanosystem that can detect radioactive uranyl ions suitable for environmental monitroing.
 
   MIT Team Formulates a Photonic Method to Enhance Signals from Fluorescent SensorsMIT Team Formulates a Photonic Method to Enhance Signals from Fluorescent Sensors
 
Fluorescent sensors are employed to label and image a broad range of molecules. They provide an exclusive look within living cells. However, they can primarily be employed only in cells grown in tissues close to the surface of the body or in a lab dish, as their signal is lost when they are embedded very deeply.
 
 Fluorescent probe can track how tumors respond to drugs
 
Fluorescent probe can track how tumors respond to drugsResearchers say the fluorescent probe can track how tumours are responding to the drugs, which harness the body’s immune system to fight disease.
 
 
 Nanocellulose Tagging for High Performance Fluorescent Microscopy
 
Nanocellulose Tagging for High Performance Fluorescent MicroscopyA new method for fluorescent labeling of nanoscale cellulose for use in microscopy applications.
 
 
 Applications of Synchrotron-Based X-Ray Fluorescence Microscopy
 
Applications of Synchrotron-Based X-Ray Fluorescence MicroscopySynchrotron-based X-ray fluorescence microscopy can provide spatial distribution and quantification of ions in samples ranging in length from mm to submicron. This article will discuss the advantages, applications, and limitations of the use of Synchrotron-based X-ray fluorescence microscopy.
 
 
 Fluorescence-based sensing could be a useful tool for monitoring lactate levels in living organisms
 
Fluorescence-based sensing could be a useful tool for monitoring lactate levels in living organismsLactate is generated in the body as a byproduct, during normal metabolism and exercise. While considered a useless waste product for a long time, recent studies have shown that lactate can be an indicator for cancer and various other diseases.
 
 
 Applications of X-Ray Fluorescence in Robotics
 
Applications of X-Ray Fluorescence in RoboticsAs long as the X-ray source can generate sufficiently high energy photons to excite or ionize the core electrons in an element of interest, X-ray fluorescence can be used to measure any element. This is advantageous for robotics applications in mining and geology, where it may be desirable for the robot to detect the presence of previously unexpected elements.