Learn long-term live cell imaging for high-content applications & learn about the new developments in image acquisition that combine live cell incubation and imaging with high-content screening approaches.
Live cell imaging permits the observation of biological processes as they unfold in real-time. This permits the identification of minority populations, increased statistical power and the ability to perform experimental manipulations during observation. Application of live cell imaging to high content studies has required the innovative development of novel microscopy hardware in order ensure that multiple populations can be interrogated in parallel with minimal perturbation of normal cell function, and that image acquisition, registration and data analysis can be optimally facilitated.
This webinar will detail new developments in image acquisition that combine live cell incubation and imaging with high-content screening approaches. Additionally particular focus on the challenges of storing, processing and analyzing high-content live cell imaging will be discussed.
Janos Kriston-Vizi, PhD
Group Leader of Bioinformatics Image Core (BIONIC), MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology
University College London
Senior Technical Application Scientist
Cellular Dynamics International
Dr. Joshua Z. Rappoport
Imaging in Focus Editor
The International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology