Biological structures come into clear view without the need for labeling
Cell imaging techniques have advanced tremendously over the last few decades, providing high-resolution real-time information about numerous biological processes. One important way scientists have been able to capture processes that have occurred or tag molecules of interest is with the use of fluorescent labels. However, that technique can add time, money and obviously a modification to native molecules and structures. The EU-funded LABELFREE project is preparing to put its phi-SCAT system for label-free high-contrast imaging on the market as a valuable alternative for many applications. The commercialisation plan includes making it available as a stand-alone system and potentially integrated into existing microscope systems for maximum impact and flexibility.
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Funding SchemeCSA - Coordination and support action
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