Nanolive is delighted to invite you to attend our upcoming presentation at the Cell Bio Meeting in Boston on December 4, 2023, from 10:15am to 11:00am in Theatre 1. During our talk, “High-content label-free imaging for live phenotypic insights and cellular dynamics: Spotlight on applications” we will discuss Nanolive’s unique holotomography technology, and the rich data and insights that can be extracted. Case studies will feature high resolution, timelapse videos of cells with automated quantification of processes including T cell killing, phagocytosis, cell death, and phenotypic changes.
Speaker: Hope Amos, Scientific Communication Specialist Nanolive.
Discover the unique data gained from studying cell and organelle dynamics live and label-free.
Digital holotomography is an innovative imaging technique which combines a rotating light source and the intrinsic refractive properties of cellular structures to produce crystal-clear, high resolution (200 nm) images of cells and their organelles, without labels or damage.
We will showcase how such rich image data can be captured and processed automatically with our AI-powered analysis modules to study cell death, T cell response, metabolism, and phenotypic responses. We will deep-dive into case studies for a wide range of cell types and processes, from T cell killing, to mitochondrial networks, and phagocytosis.
Come and see cells as you’ve never seen them before!
This talk may be particularly relevant for those with an interest in:
• Live cell imaging
• High content phenotypic analysis
• Organelle dynamics
• Quantifying unique phenotypic changes
• Cell painting
We also have the chance to do a poster presentation which will take place on December 3 from 1:45 PM – 3:15 PM. Our board number is B758.
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