Watch Nanolive’s new webinar: “Label-free analysis of living cell populations reveals controlled phenotypic variation among single cells”

Nanolive is delighted to announce that our webinar with the topic “Label-free analysis of living cell populations reveals controlled phenotypic variation among single cells” is now available on demand. Watch it here.

In this webinar, Dr. Emma Gibbin, Communications Specialist at Nanolive, combines label-free live cell imaging with high-precision segmentation and analysis to quantify how the proportion of single cell phenotypes change in a population over time, in unperturbed and perturbed conditions.

Specifically, Dr. Gibbin:

• Compares the variability of isolated single cells with the variability of single cells in a large population to determine whether heterogeneity is driven by internal or external factors.
• Examines how the variability of individual traits change over time in unperturbed cells.
• Analyzes how cells respond to perturbations in intracellular trafficking and respiration to determine whether targeting different systems induces/reduces the phenotypic variation of single cells in a population.

Please register here to view the webinar:

 

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