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Seeing Red: Using Near-Infrared Solutions to Expand the Possibilities of Confocal Microscopy

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Seeing Red: Using Near-Infrared Solutions to Expand the Possibilities of Confocal Microscopy

Confocal laser scanning microscopes are popular biological research tools. They are commonly used to simultaneously image multiple fluorophores with good color separation, as well as image deep within a biological specimen with enhanced sectioning capabilities. Today, the latest laser tech innovations can benefit applications such as these and enable more advanced experiments. This webinar will focus on how near-infrared (NIR) solutions for the FV3000 microscope can be used to improve the outcomes of fluorescence multiplexing and deep-tissue imaging experiments.

Presenter:

Rebecca Bonfig, PhD
Dr. Rebecca Bonfig is the product manager for confocal microscopy at Olympus, based at its location just outside of Boston in Waltham, Massachusetts. She completed her graduate work at the University of Louisville in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics, studying the post-transcriptional regulation of the renal phosphate transporter Npt2a by parathyroid hormone.  Dr. Bonfig has been with Olympus since 2015 and supports the FLUOVIEW™ product lines in the US, Canada, and Latin America.

Seeing Red: Using Near-Infrared Solutions to Expand the Possibilities of Confocal Microscopy

Seeing Red

Confocal laser scanning microscopes are popular biological research tools. They are commonly used to simultaneously image multiple fluorophores with good color separation, as well as image deep within a biological specimen with enhanced sectioning capabilities. Today, the latest laser tech innovations can benefit applications such as these and enable more advanced experiments. This webinar will focus on how near-infrared (NIR) solutions for the FV3000 microscope can be used to improve the outcomes of fluorescence multiplexing and deep-tissue imaging experiments.

Presenter:

Rebecca Bonfig, PhD
Dr. Rebecca Bonfig is the product manager for confocal microscopy at Olympus, based at its location just outside of Boston in Waltham, Massachusetts. She completed her graduate work at the University of Louisville in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics, studying the post-transcriptional regulation of the renal phosphate transporter Npt2a by parathyroid hormone.  Dr. Bonfig has been with Olympus since 2015 and supports the FLUOVIEW™ product lines in the US, Canada, and Latin America.

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