TLM platform

General information

Category

Microscopy

Key instrumentation
Time Lapse Microscopy for Organ on chip applications

Inverted optical (brightfield) microscopy is utilized to capture time-lapse measurements of cells and tissues in lab-on-chip and organ-on-chip devices, employing an integrated incubator.

Inverted optical (brightfield) microscopy is utilized to capture time-lapse measurements of cells and tissues in lab-on-chip and organ-on-chip devices, employing an integrated incubator.

Technical description
Utilizing inverted microscopy enables the acquisition of time-lapse measurements for dynamic studies involving cells and tissues within the innovative domains of lab-on-chip and organ-on-chip devices exploiting an integrated incubator. This advanced imaging technique not only facilitates meticulous observation but also enhances the precision and depth of analysis, allowing for a comprehensive exploration of cellular and tissue behavior in a controlled microenvironment.
Research areas and applications

Biomedical research, drug testing, disease modelling

Science highligths

Experimental team

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