Notes d’application

In vivo Confocal Imaging of Mouse Organs that Clearly Captures Fast Dynamics

novembre 2021

The Research Group led by Professor Masaru Ishii (immunology and cell biology) at the Graduate School of Medicine and Frontier Biosciences, Osaka University, is studying the mechanism of immune cell movement in vivo by visualizing cell motility using the microscopic imaging technique. This application note introduces an image acquisition example in which quick movement of cells rolling in the blood vessel is captured in vivo using Nikon’s AX R confocal microscope, and by utilizing the high speed resonant scanning that is one of the advantages of this microscope.