Fast Imaging of Cellular Spheroids with Light Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy
20 Aug 2014

This application note presents an application of the commercially available high-resolution light sheet based microscope, Lightsheet Z.1 from ZEISS, to the investigation of large cultured organotypic tissues, so called cellular spheroids.

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