MaxBi Tutorials - High-throughput STED with adaptive feedback microscopy

  • Registration necessary - opened now (sorry for the short delay)
  • Date: May 12, 2021
  • Time: 03:00 PM (Local Time Germany)
  • Speaker: Antonio Politi, Dorian Leger
  • Live-cell Imaging Facility, Max-Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen
  • Location: online-tutorial
  • Room: Zoom-Meeting
  • Host: MaxPlanck BioImaging Core Unit Network - MaxBi Tutorials
MaxBi Tutorials - High-throughput STED with adaptive feedback microscopy
In an adaptive feedback microscopy workflow, image analysis and image acquisition are intertwined. In this tutorial, we will first review some basic concepts and solutions provided by microscopy companies. We will then show, on a STEDYcon-Abberior/Nikon system, a workflow that uses fast and gentle wide-field imaging to recognize cells for super-resolution microscopy. By combining image analysis and different acquisition methods we can circumvent some of the inherent limitations of STED, i.e. speed and phototoxicity, and acquire data at high-throughput in a completely unsupervised way.

This tutorial is planned for up to 15 persons, Facility staff only.

Registration will start on Wednesday May 5th 2021 at 10 am. Please use this Registration Link

We are looking for you presenting us a cool feature of technique your are an expert for.

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