We are happy to announce that our webinar with the topic “Unlocking the mysteries of neurite growth in primary cortical neurones: a quantitative approach to live cell imaging” is now available on demand.
In this webinar, Dr. Emma Gibbin, Communications Specialist at Nanolive shows how label-free imaging can be used to capture and analyze the fine, dynamic details of neurite growth in unperturbed primary cortical neurons. Specifically, Dr. Gibbin shows:
- a timeline of the morphological changes undifferentiated primary cortical neurones undergo after exposure to neurite stimulation media
- high-precision segmentations that show it is possible to separate and quantify the responses (e.g. volume, shape, and dry mass) of neurites from the cell body
- novel behavioural observations from individual neurons
Please register here to view the webinar:
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