Imaging Cells in Flow with Andor Technology
16 Dec 2014

Imaging fluorescence in moving cells is fundamentally challenging because the exposure time is constrained by motion-blur, which limits the available signal. A team at Harvard University has developed a method that enables fluorescence imaging of fluorescently labeled cells traveling at high linear velocities in fluids. This method uses the Neo 5.5 and the Zyla 5.5 cameras from Andor, which offer a large field of view and high resolution without compromising read noise or frame rate.

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