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BioTek Instruments Inc
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BioTek® is a global leader in the design and manufacture of innovative life science instrumentation, including cell imaging systems, microplate readers, washers, dispensers, automated incubators, stackers and pipetting systems.
BioTek® is a global leader in the design and manufacture of innovative life science instrumentation, including cell imaging systems, microplate readers, washers, dispensers, automated incubators, stackers and pipetting systems.

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Masks around TMRE stained active mitochrondria signal during secondary analysis of camptothecin-treated HT-1080 cells, using Gen5 Software. Learn more about it in the new Application Note: Automated, Multi-Parameter, Kinetic Methods to Quantify Cell Death. https://www.biotek.com/resources/application-notes/automated-multi-parameter-kinetic-methods-to-quantify-cell-death/ #imaging #microscopy #imageoftheweek
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Zebrafish at 4x. GFP stained, deconvolved, z-stacked and z-projected
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Vermont snowflake
4x stitched montage, digital phase contrast
#vermont #imageoftheweek #snowflake #microscopy #imaging #winter
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Sagittal TH-Cre mouse brain section, 30 µm at 40x. AAV-GFP viral injection into RFP+ TH-Cre mouse. Image credit: Claire-Anne Gutekunst, Emory University
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HepG2 cells at 60x. SOD2 (red), actin (green), nucleus (blue).
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Endothelial cells and fibronectin fibers forming on biomesh. Cells and fiber autofluorescence in Texas Red, mesh in DAPI and Texas Red. 4x Z-stacked, Z-projected image.
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