Elisa Kits

Hypothesis-driven quantitative fluorescence microscopy – the importance of reverse-thinking in experimental design

One of the challenges in trendy fluorescence microscopy is to reconcile the typical utilization of microscopes as exploratory devices with their rising and quickly increasing function as a quantitative instruments. The contribution of microscopy to observational biology will stay monumental owing to the enhancements in acquisition velocity, imaging depth, decision and biocompatibility of trendy imaging devices. However, the use of […]