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In vivo multimodal imaging: live webinar - Tuesday, June 28, 2016, 5 pm CEST

Jun 13, 2016

While whole body imagers offer the possibility to obtain macroscopic anatomical and functional information, Cellvizio technology can reveal detailed molecular events at the cellular level in vivo. Thanks to this micron-scale resolution, Cellvizio bridges the gap between existing in vivo imaging modalities and conventional high-resolution confocal laser scanning microscopy.

During this webinar, Drs. Catherine Chapon and Greetje Vande Velde will present their latest findings in the field of multimodal imaging. They will show you how Cellvizio can retrieve in vivo key information to better understand the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying infectious disease development.

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Related technologies: Probe based confocal microscopy

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Mauna Kea Technologies

Mauna Kea Technologies manufactures Cellvizio Lab, confocal probe based imaging system, providing cellular-level images with minimal invasiveness for longitudinal studies.

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Cellvizio Lab is a single band fiber based microscope for observing in real time at cellular scale

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Cellvizio, a fiber based microscope for observing in real time at cellular scale, features simultaneous, co-registered dual band excitation and detection

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