A last generation microscope for automated live cell imaging has just arrived in Chile, being the first one in the country. This automated fluorescence microscope LionHeart from BioTek allows to control temperature, humidity and CO2 conditions while capturing images.
Dr. Carlos Montero, international expert and BioTek representative for Latin America, giving a induction for the microscope to a group of researchers from the Biomedical Science Institute at Universidad Autónoma by analyzing cell culture samples provided by them.
Explaining how to set the best image capturing at the microscope.
Cell culture sample preparation to then get inserted into the equipment.
Lionheart FX Microscope for automated live cell imaging.
Looking at the image from the cell culture provided by the researchers.
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The microscope brought by Dr. Blondel allows capturing images from several workflows using both fixed as well as live cells. Apart from doing high resolution microscopy, this microscope also allows immunofluorescence imaging, phenotypic assays and histology.