Tag Archives: Microscopy

18th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Summer has hit Sweden, so it’s actually not the right time to spend locked-up  in the lab doing microscopy. However, I collated 4 nice resources around the topic high-content fluorescent microscopy covering the whole range from basic … Continue reading

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13th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Today it’s a lot about fluorescence, colors and imaging, both for microscopy and flow cytometry. 1. The Michael-Davidson Fluorescent Protein Collection “[…] has every fluorescent protein under the sun, from the standard oldies but goodies (e.g. EGFP … Continue reading

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12th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Hope everybody had as nice of a summer break as I did. Back in the lab here are some links, articles and papers that came up interesting during the time. 1. My favorite for the start, a … Continue reading

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11th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Today I like to share four five interesting new imaging tools and publications. I also like to highlight again Kurt’s (outstanding) microscopy blog that features a monthly microscopy paper roundup. 1. CRISPR-based multicolor labeling of chromosomal loci … Continue reading

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8th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Just before leaving for a weekend at the ‘2015 KI Neuroscience PhD Ski Conference’ in Norway I’d like to share with you a new round of science-related resources: 1. Let’s start with two interesting special issues in Frontiers Genetics/Oncology on … Continue reading

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7th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Some time has passed since the last post, with me being busy doing science. But I also collected some helpful and/or resources to share with you. Btw, I really appreciate when people send suggestions and feedback. Thanks a lot. And … Continue reading

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6th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Time flies by when you’re doing science. And so I have some sciency resources to share with you again. 1. A recent paper suggests that culturing cells alters their epigenetic and transcriptional profile within as early as … Continue reading

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4th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Happy New Year Cell Cyclists! And of course also to the people studying other interesting stuff. Hope you had a nice Christmas break and that  2015 is going to be an awesome science year for all of you. But let’s … Continue reading

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3rd Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Hello Cell Cyclists, Here come some helpful microscopy resources and other sciency things that got me interested in the last weeks: 1. A very handy complete ‎fluorescent protein table. Great way to help pick your next tag for your protein, … Continue reading

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2nd Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Hello cell cyclists, Here are the sciency things that got me interested in the last two weeks: 1. At antibodypedia you can find data on almost 1.5 million antibodies. This includes WBs, IFs, FACS plots and paper references. A really … Continue reading

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