Monthly Archives: October 2013

STORM image on hepg2 samples

Here is a STORM image on newest hepg2 sample stained with Alexa488 by Jianquan.

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Two Color images on Rabbit Muscle

Here are two reconstructions of a Rabbit muscle STORM image, one using rapidSTORM software, and the other one using quickPALM.

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Immunostaining images

Since the first batch sample didn’t look good, the images were blurry, and they bleached off very soon. I discuss this with Yiyi, and she gave me some very good suggestions which help me a lot. I also compared the more »

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April Meeting Dates and Time Set

Hello colleagues! We now have firm dates and times for our meeting at Carnegie-Mellon in April. The meeting will begin promptly at 4 pm on Thursday April 17, and conclude at 4 pm on Friday April 18. The meeting will more »

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First Immunostain Sample Prepared in Kner’s Lab

It is good to find a place where we can maintain the cells and work on the immunostain. We first started with the Alexa dyes on the culture cells, and we got our first sample few days ago. We imuunolabeled more »

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Brainerd Lab: One step closer to Qdots

Because the qdots that were sent to our lab from Winter lab are conjugated to antibodies that are anti-goat, we need to test them on primary antibodies raised in a goat host. We decided to test the qdots using a more »

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DNA nanotechnology opens new path to super-high-resolution molecular imaging

Hey Gang, Look what Peng’s up to… Still using dyes, but harnessing DNA for blinking. CL http://wyss.harvard.edu/viewpressrelease/126

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