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Expanding the capabilities of multicolor microscopy

News: Apr 07, 2015

Immunofluorescence microscopy is widely used to investigate the spatial localization of proteins, but it is limited by the number of available fluorescence channels. Researchers at the Wallenberg Laboratory have adapted this technology to facilitate its use in more complex analyses.

In a study led by Assistant Professor Per Fogelstrand, the researchers developed an enhanced multi-fluorescence setup – termed Filter-Dense Multicolor Microscopy – by increasing the number of fluorescence channels that can be used. It is anticipated that this advance will increase the applicability of multicolor microscopy in line with recent progress in biomedical science.
The article Filter-Dense Multicolor Microscopy was published in PLOS One on 4 March, 2015.


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