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World's smallest cancer detection device

...revention of cancer." Dr. Condeelis has used the multiphoton confocal microscope to directly observe cellular interactions in the tumor microenvironment of live animal models of breast cancer. By placing an artificial blood vessel near tumors, he was able to collect motile cancer cells for study and to predict...

Researchers use multiphoton microscopy to watch chromosomes in action

...e how genes are expressed in living tissue. Using multiphoton fluorescence microscopy, a technique pioneered at ...ess had never been seen in living cells. Yao used multiphoton microscopy (MPM) to image living salivary gland tissue of Drosophila (fruit flies). Unlike other ...

Neuroscientists discover new cell type that may help brain maintain memories of smells

...k advantage of a new type of imaging method called multiphoton microscopy to overcome these hurdles and to discov...r that Blanes cells talk to granule cells. "The multiphoton microscope allowed me to identify the axon and then follow it for long distances without damaging th...

Findings have implications for tracking disease, drugs at the molecular level

...emission of visible light using a technique called multiphoton absorption induced luminescence (MAIL). The most ...ser intensities lower than those commonly used for multiphoton imaging, in which specific tissues or cells -- cancer cells, for example -- are fluorescently-labele...

The transparent organism: EMBLEM and Carl Zeiss give labs a unique look at life

...orm a perfect match with our lines of confocal and multiphoton 3D-imaging systems," says Dr. Simon. The agreement between EMBL and Carl Zeiss includes a common cooperation project for method optimization and product development. ...

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