Imaging

During her work in London, Selina first started imaging (confocal, 2-photon and TIRFM) and since then is hooked on colorful images. Recently, we implemented 3D imaging of organs or large tissue pieces in our workflow. We use confocal, widefield, as well as light sheet microscopy to image cleared organs or large tissue pieces.

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IMARIS-to-FlowJo file conversion tool:
allows to convert exported statistics from IMARIS surfaces, spots or filaments into FlowJo compatible files.

https://gitlab.com/kepplerlab/imaris_statistics_converter
script author: Julian Hofmann

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BiteSizeBio webinar:
If you are interested in a way to speed up imaging with the THUNDER Imager – a widefield system with real-time computational clearing – and how we started using it in the lab check out the webinar at BiteSize Bio: