Supplement: MilliporeSigma Sees Opportunity in Continuous Processing
From the GEN Sounds of Science Podcast
Why CAR-T Therapies Don’t Work for Everyone Yet
Selecting the Best Type of T Cells for CAR-T May be Key to the Overall Efficacy of the Therapies
Cell-Centered: Scientists Embrace Cell-Replacement Therapy for Type 1 Diabetes
Forming Beta Cells from Stem Cells
GEN Roundup: Multiplex Immunoassays Bring the Array, Not the Disarray
Get Multiplex Immunoassay Advice from GEN's Expert Panel
For full access to this article login to GEN Select now.
Cell Culture Media for Fluorescence Imaging
Striking the Right Balance between Signal Strength and Long-Term Cell Health
- A key challenge with live-cell fluorescence imaging is the ability to visualize weak fluorescent signals over background without inducing photobleaching or phototoxicity from high excitation light intensities. Most cell culture media contain components that emit significant autofluorescence when excited, thus negatively impacting fluorophore signal-to-noise (S:N) ratios. In turn, ...
Not registered yet? Please fill out the form below and enjoy complimentary access to this and an exclusive collection of premium content and personalization features as a GEN Select insider. Learn More.
Get GEN Select Access Now
- Do not put any letters or characters here if you are not a spy program.