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3D/4D Visualization and Analysis Software
3D/4D Visualization and Analysis Software

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Our #Imaris software is being used alongside an +Andor Technology #Revolution confocal system at Rutgers University Medical School, where Dr. Karen Edelblum's lab focuses on understanding interactions within the intestinal epithelium to identify how gamma delta IEL motility can be used as a potential therapeutic in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease.

Watch Karen's story here: https://youtu.be/6xFPB3vd-xI
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Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us here at +Bitplane! #SeasonsGreetings 🎅
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We are delighted to officially launch #Imaris version 9.1 along with the newest member of the Imaris family, #ImarisStitcher.

Imaris 9.1 offers the ability to simultaneously visualise multiple 2D, 3D or 4D images with differing spatial or temporal dimensions and resolutions.

With the superb and big-data-capable Imaris Stitcher, fast and precise stitching of multiple tiles in XYZ is now possible through an easy to use interface.

Find out more and request your free demo here: https://goo.gl/sAzsbn
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If you are attending ASCB|EMBO 2017 in Philadelphia, get a sneak peek of #Imaris 9.1 at booth 408/410.

Imaris 9.1 brings another revolution in visualising complex microscopy datasets - the ability to simultaneously visualise multiple 2D, 3D or 4D images with differing spatial or temporal dimensions and resolutions!
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Step inside a neuronal dataset that has been reconstructed using Imaris. You can also view more datasets like this by downloading our VR Viewer app from http://www.imaris.com/vr
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We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who attended FINS 2017 in Bordeaux last week and called past our booth. Hope you picked up your free #Imaris VR Viewer!
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Join us on October 31 for our upcoming webinar "Endosome-Mitochondria Interactions Are Modulated by Iron Release from Transferrin"

For the first time, using super-resolution 3D dSTORM imaging, we have furnished compelling evidence of Tf-endosomes directly interacting with mitochondria in MDCK epithelial cells.

Register now for this free event: https://goo.gl/jW89xW
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Our 2017 APAC User Group Meeting (UGM) will be held at the Singapore’s Biomedical research hub - Biopolis.

We are grateful for the generosity of Dr. Graham Wright, the Head of Institute of Medical Biology Microscopy Unit (IMU), to host the event and Ms.Sarah Zulkifli from the IMU team, to coordinate this event.

The event will be filled with interesting presentations, useful training advice and sharing of image analysis ideas and research work by leading scientists. This meeting provides an ideal platform to share your ideas, discuss your research interests, learn/develop original analysis protocols and establish new collaborations with other leading members of this active community.

Register for free now at http://www.bitplane.com/2017apacugm.aspx
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#AndorAcademy | Tomorrow | University of Strathclyde
Don't forget about our #AndorAcademy at the University of Strathclyde tomorrow.

This free to attend scientific event is filled with cutting-edge scientific talks, interesting technical presentations and practical demo sessions.

You can still register for this event here: http://www.andor.com/strathclyde
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In our new case study, Sarah Cohen, Alex Valm and their colleagues at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute for Child Health and Human Development, Maryland, developed a multispectral image acquisition technique that can achieve live-cell six-color fluorescence imaging.

By combining their technique with #Imaris, the researchers are studying how various organelles interact to coordinate cellular functions.

Read the full story: https://goo.gl/2DJhiU
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