MBI | Light Microscopy Platform

Image of the month of March

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By Darren Wong (BC Low's lab)

Primary cardiomyocyte captured with a W1 spinning disk using live sr SIM super- resolution. (Green - Troponin, Red - Actin)

Please submit microscopy images via your nominated person. The winner will receive a priority pre- advance booking slot (4 hours) for any microscope managed by the MBI Microscopy Core.
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At MBI, we are exploring mechano-transduction though four major research programs: molecular, cellular, tissue, and through technological innovations.
The Microscopy Core is the largest of the MBI core facilities, serving as the backbone for most of the experimental work at the Institute. The Core supports image related research, offering a wide range of microscopes and image analysis resources.Visualization of the dynamic biological processes rely on advanced imagining technologies. The Microscopy Core is the largest of the MBI core facilities, serving as the backbone for most of the experimental work at the Institute. The Core supports image related research, offering a wide range of microscopes and image analysis resources.

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