In this webinar, Dr. Emma Gibbin-Lameira, Communications Specialist at Nanolive reveals how Nanolive imaging can be used to conduct real-time, automated cytotoxicity assays, without the contribution of photo and cytotoxic methodological artefacts. Specifically, she will:
- Show high resolution, time-resolved footage of the dynamics of cell death following exposure to six cell death stimuli (extreme shifts in external pH, thermal stress, phototoxicity, oxidative stress, Shikonin and Ebastine)
- Feature relevant cell metrics and/or close-ups of changes in sub-cellular morphology induced by each experimental condition
- Discuss which cell metrics are best for distinguishing between different types of cell death
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