Our course in live cell imaging is intended to give you a good starting point for your microscopy anlyses of live specimens. It gives an introduction to the basic microscopical techniques with focus on widefield epifluorescence and confocal microscopy, and to sample preparation with focus on cell culture including labeling and transfection strategies. The course is aimed at novices, as well as experienced scientists.
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The course contains:
Day 1, am: Theory 1 Microscopy, labeling, specimen preparation
Day 1, pm: Case study; Demo live cell widefield microscopy
Day 2, am: Demo confocal microscopy
Day 2, pm: Demo widefield deconvolution microscopy
Day 3, am: Live cell widefield microscopy (hands-on)
Day 3, pm: Demo phase holographic microscopy of live cells
Day 4, am: Demo live cell confocal microscopy
Day 5, am: Theory 2 Microscope optics, detectors, alternative and supplementary methods
Day 5, pm: Participants’ project presentations & discussion