Watch Nanolive’s webinar “Label-free quantification of cell metabolism: focus on mitochondria and lipid droplets dynamics”

Nanolive is delighted to announce that you can now watch the replay of our webinar with the topic “Label-free quantification of cell metabolism: focus on mitochondria and lipid droplets dynamics“.

In this webinar, Dr. Emma Gibbin-Lameira, Communications Specialist at Nanolive will:

  • Show time-lapse footage of mitochondrial swelling and dysfunction following perturbation.
  • Introduce a cell metric called granularity and discuss whether changes in this measurement could be a signal of stress preceding cell death.
  • Present a fully quantitative analysis of lipid droplet dynamics in unperturbed cells, starting at the population level and finishing at level of an individual lipid droplet. Correlations between lipid droplet characteristics and other cell morphological traits (e.g. dry mass) will also be featured for the first time.

The new analyses presented promise to open an entirely new and uncharted field of quantitative biological dynamics applicable for both academia and biotech/pharma, that are only possible using label-free technology.

 

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