Lattice Lightsheet microscopy enables the remarkable 3D-image acquisition speed typical for lightsheet techniques, at subcellular resolution due to a modified light sheet structure. It reduces the damage to cells caused by phototoxicity and minimizes the photo-bleaching of fluorescent dyes & protein. As introduced by Nobel laureate Eric Betzig and his colleagues at HHMI Janelia Research Campus , Lattice Light sheet microscopy adds a new illumination scheme to the basic light sheet principle that produces particularly thin sheets of illumination light. It enables optical sectioning to resolve sub-cellular detail within the context of fast 3D-volume imaging. Target applications span fast to long-term live imaging of classical adherent- and 3D-cultured cells to spheroids, organoids and small organs.
2. Inverted geometry configuration and compatibility with standard slides , 35 mm Petri dish with glass bottom coverslips, existing sample preparation protocols .
3. Minimal light exposure/ radiation : Perfect condition to protect the sample from photodamage and bleaching.
- Date - March 31st, 2022 (Thursday)
- Time - 2:30 PM IST
- Speaker - Mr. Rishi Kant
Mr. Rishi Kant | Product Application & Sales Specialist , LM Life Science , APAC
ZEISS Research Microscopy Solutions
Rishi Kant is Head of Applications (Life Sciences) India & Applciation Specialist (Life Sciences) for the Asia Pacific region. He is an electronics engineer by education with over 20 years of experience in high-end microscopy and imaging systems.
He has been working with customers on solutions and applications of Light Microscopy, Confocal Microscopy, Live Cell Imaging systems, Super Resolution Imaging Systems and also supporting the sales team for promoting and selling high end LM systems, post-sales including ZEISS On Your Campus (ZOYC) workshops, customer demos, workshops and technical marketing.