Thu, Apr 13|
Real-time IntraVital Microscopy (IVM): In Vivo Live Cell Imaging in Biomedical Research
Join Soyeon Ahn, PhD for an in-depth discussion on the In Vivo Live Cell Imaging in Biomedical Research using All-in-One intravital two-photon and confocal microscopy system.
Time & Location
Apr 13, 2023, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM GMT+2
About the event
Real-time Intravital Microscopy (IVM) is a novel imaging technique to visualize various in vivo cellular-level dynamics, such as cell trafficking and cell-to-cell or cell-to-microenvironment interactions in a live animal. Intravital imaging can greatly benefit basic biomedical research that provides information about living tissues. It is a unique tool for developing biomedical research by providing improved accuracy and reliability for in vivo target validation with delivery monitoring and efficacy assessment. Real-time IVM has been used to directly analyze the delivery and efficacy of new biopharmaceuticals such as antibodies, cell therapy, gene therapy, nucleic acids, and exosomes in an in vivo microenvironment. The All-in-One intravital microscopy system can acquire real-time, multi-color, sub-micron resolution microscopic images in a live animal model with automatic motion compensation, enabling direct imaging analysis of complex cancer immune-microenvironments consisting of various immune cells, stromal cells, vascular cells, and extracellular matrix. In this talk, intravital imaging of various organs is touched upon within the context of biomedical research. Please submit any questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you!