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Definite Focus.2

Hardware Autofocus enables Long term Imaging of Cells Grown in Microfluidic devices

Auteurs: Dr. Javier Munoz Garcia / Dr. Damien Coudreuse - SyntheCell team, Institute of Genetics and Development, Rennes, France

Dr. Pei-Yun Jenny Wu - Genome Duplication and Maintenance team, Institute of Genetics and Development, Rennes, France

An optogenetic protocol using a confocal microscope

Auteurs : Marie-Kerguelen SARTHOU, PhD student

Remy FLORES-FLORES, IE, INSERM

Damien RAMEL, PhD, CRCN, CNRS

I2MC, INSERM, University of Toulouse, Toulouse, France.

A ten-color spectral imaging strategy

A ten-color spectral imaging strategy to reveal localization of gut immune cell subsets

Auteurs : Hugues LELOUARD, PhD, CR, CNRS

Sébastien MAILFERT, PhD, IR, CNRS

Mathieu FALLET, IE, CNRS

Aix Marseille Univ, CNRS, Inserm, CIML, Marseille, France

Using μManager supported devices in Zen

Microscopy setups can include common or custom devices forwhich no driver is available in the Zen software. In this whitepaper, we propose a method and show an example of creatinga basic graphical user interface for driving those peripherals fromZen, provided a matching μManager device adapter is available.

Auteurs : Jérôme Muterrer, CNRS, Strasbourg, France

Julien Kissenberger, Carl Zeiss S.A.S, Rueil-Malmaison, France

Fabrice Schmitt, Carl Zeiss S.A.S, Rueil-Malmaison, France 

How to Get Better Images with Your Widefield Microscope

Learn how different image processing methods have the potential to make widefield microscope systems more powerful and versatile. Understand each methods limitations and pitfalls, as well as suitability for your specific applications.

Auteurs : Dr. Markus Sticker, Dr. Rebecca Elsässer,

Dr. Markus Neumann,

Dr. Horst Wolff

Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH, Germany

Real-Time Cytotoxicity Assays in Pancreatic Cancer Primary Cell Cultures using automated microscope ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7

This application note represents the first steep to a more complex 3D chemosensitivity quantifications in automated boxed microscope with with z-stacking capabilities and high image quality.

Auteurs : Martin Bigonnet / Odile Gayet / Emmanuel Telle / J. Iovanna / N. J. Dusetti

Cancer research Center of Marseille, CRCM, Inserm, CNRS, Paoli-Calmettes Institut, Aix-Marseille University, Marseille, France.