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    Nikon whole microtiter plate
    Spectrum (a-scan) of the focus measurement after applying a fast Fourier transform (FFT) to the interference raw signal. The lower (p 1 ) and upper (p 2 ) reflection peaks from the <t>microtiter</t> plate bottom are clearly visible. There is another peak formed through the autocorrelation of the two plate bottom reflections which resides around pixel position 390.
    Whole Microtiter Plate, supplied by Nikon, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 90/100, based on 5 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    SidC fusion assay allows identification of carboxyl terminal sequences from L. pneumophila proteins that promote protein translocation into macrophages. A. Flowchart of procedure that allowed identification of carboxyl terminal translocation signals. B. Construction and screening of gene bank. The plasmid pZL204 ( Experimental procedures ) encodes the sidC gene under Ptac control, has a multi-cloning site and a premature truncation removing 100 codons from the 3′ end of the gene, allowing expression of a protein that is translocation defective. Rescue of the translocation defect was performed by introducing a bank of 600 nucleotide-long fragments amplified from the 3′ ends of 442 genes encoding candidate translocated substrates ( sidC- X). The resulting gene fusion constructions were introduced into L. pneumophila strain Lp02 ΔsidC and used to challenge bone marrow-derived macrophages for 1 h before fixation and staining with anti- L. pneumophila and anti-SidC antisera in 96-well <t>microtiter</t> plates. The stained samples were subjected to image analysis by automated microscopy, and the efficiency of translocation was assayed quantitatively ( Experimental procedures ). C. Examples of images captured during high throughput screening. Macrophage infections are displayed after challenge with three different strains. SidC + : L. pneumophila encoding intact sidC gene under ptac control. SidCΔ100: L. pneumophila harbouring pZL204 plasmid. SidC-1798: L. pneumophila harbouring a plasmid encoding sidCΔ100 fused to the 3′ end sequence of Lpg1798 . Cells were immunostained using: α- L.p. , mouse monoclonal antibody directed against L. pneumophila ; α-SidC, rabbit antisera directed against the SidC protein. Rightmost panels are merged images of the two antibody probings, coloured as noted, with yellow spots denoting bacteria translocating SidC, and red indicating bacteria defective for SidC translocation.
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    Nikon magnetic microposts
    Image analysis for measuring the deflections of the <t>microposts.</t> (A) Image of a micropost [arrowhead in Fig. ] with an applied traction force by the cell. The center of the micropost is identified with an x -center line (red) and y -center
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    Spectrum (a-scan) of the focus measurement after applying a fast Fourier transform (FFT) to the interference raw signal. The lower (p 1 ) and upper (p 2 ) reflection peaks from the microtiter plate bottom are clearly visible. There is another peak formed through the autocorrelation of the two plate bottom reflections which resides around pixel position 390.

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    Article Title: High-speed microscopy of continuously moving cell culture vessels

    doi: 10.1038/srep34038

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Spectrum (a-scan) of the focus measurement after applying a fast Fourier transform (FFT) to the interference raw signal. The lower (p 1 ) and upper (p 2 ) reflection peaks from the microtiter plate bottom are clearly visible. There is another peak formed through the autocorrelation of the two plate bottom reflections which resides around pixel position 390.

    Article Snippet: For a whole microtiter plate, the scanning time is reduced to approximately 10%, 4% or 3% when using a 4x, 10x or 20x objective compared to the conventional stop-and-go scanning process implemented on the same microscope (Nikon Ti-E) (see ).

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    Stitched image of continuous imaging scan of one well of a 6-well microtiter plate filled with adherent iPS cell colonies on Matrigel cultivated in mTeSR. Magnification: 4x, imaging mode: phase contrast, scan velocity: 34 mm/s, pre-processing: shading correction.

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    Article Title: High-speed microscopy of continuously moving cell culture vessels

    doi: 10.1038/srep34038

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Stitched image of continuous imaging scan of one well of a 6-well microtiter plate filled with adherent iPS cell colonies on Matrigel cultivated in mTeSR. Magnification: 4x, imaging mode: phase contrast, scan velocity: 34 mm/s, pre-processing: shading correction.

    Article Snippet: For a whole microtiter plate, the scanning time is reduced to approximately 10%, 4% or 3% when using a 4x, 10x or 20x objective compared to the conventional stop-and-go scanning process implemented on the same microscope (Nikon Ti-E) (see ).

    Techniques: Imaging

    Effects of root canal sealers on biofilms from two Enterococcus faecalis strains. Microtiter-plate crystal violet antibiofilm assay

    Journal: Contemporary Clinical Dentistry

    Article Title: Comparative Evaluation of Antibiofilm Efficacy of Chitosan Nanoparticle- and Zinc Oxide Nanoparticle-Incorporated Calcium Hydroxide-Based Sealer: An In vitro Study

    doi: 10.4103/ccd.ccd_225_18

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Effects of root canal sealers on biofilms from two Enterococcus faecalis strains. Microtiter-plate crystal violet antibiofilm assay

    Article Snippet: After 1 week, the microtiter plates were removed from the incubator for analyzing under confocal laser microscope (CLSM, Nikon, Japan) in Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Thiruvananthapuram.

    Techniques: Antibiofilm Assay

    SidC fusion assay allows identification of carboxyl terminal sequences from L. pneumophila proteins that promote protein translocation into macrophages. A. Flowchart of procedure that allowed identification of carboxyl terminal translocation signals. B. Construction and screening of gene bank. The plasmid pZL204 ( Experimental procedures ) encodes the sidC gene under Ptac control, has a multi-cloning site and a premature truncation removing 100 codons from the 3′ end of the gene, allowing expression of a protein that is translocation defective. Rescue of the translocation defect was performed by introducing a bank of 600 nucleotide-long fragments amplified from the 3′ ends of 442 genes encoding candidate translocated substrates ( sidC- X). The resulting gene fusion constructions were introduced into L. pneumophila strain Lp02 ΔsidC and used to challenge bone marrow-derived macrophages for 1 h before fixation and staining with anti- L. pneumophila and anti-SidC antisera in 96-well microtiter plates. The stained samples were subjected to image analysis by automated microscopy, and the efficiency of translocation was assayed quantitatively ( Experimental procedures ). C. Examples of images captured during high throughput screening. Macrophage infections are displayed after challenge with three different strains. SidC + : L. pneumophila encoding intact sidC gene under ptac control. SidCΔ100: L. pneumophila harbouring pZL204 plasmid. SidC-1798: L. pneumophila harbouring a plasmid encoding sidCΔ100 fused to the 3′ end sequence of Lpg1798 . Cells were immunostained using: α- L.p. , mouse monoclonal antibody directed against L. pneumophila ; α-SidC, rabbit antisera directed against the SidC protein. Rightmost panels are merged images of the two antibody probings, coloured as noted, with yellow spots denoting bacteria translocating SidC, and red indicating bacteria defective for SidC translocation.

    Journal: Cellular Microbiology

    Article Title: The E Block motif is associated with Legionella pneumophila translocated substrates

    doi: 10.1111/j.1462-5822.2010.01531.x

    Figure Lengend Snippet: SidC fusion assay allows identification of carboxyl terminal sequences from L. pneumophila proteins that promote protein translocation into macrophages. A. Flowchart of procedure that allowed identification of carboxyl terminal translocation signals. B. Construction and screening of gene bank. The plasmid pZL204 ( Experimental procedures ) encodes the sidC gene under Ptac control, has a multi-cloning site and a premature truncation removing 100 codons from the 3′ end of the gene, allowing expression of a protein that is translocation defective. Rescue of the translocation defect was performed by introducing a bank of 600 nucleotide-long fragments amplified from the 3′ ends of 442 genes encoding candidate translocated substrates ( sidC- X). The resulting gene fusion constructions were introduced into L. pneumophila strain Lp02 ΔsidC and used to challenge bone marrow-derived macrophages for 1 h before fixation and staining with anti- L. pneumophila and anti-SidC antisera in 96-well microtiter plates. The stained samples were subjected to image analysis by automated microscopy, and the efficiency of translocation was assayed quantitatively ( Experimental procedures ). C. Examples of images captured during high throughput screening. Macrophage infections are displayed after challenge with three different strains. SidC + : L. pneumophila encoding intact sidC gene under ptac control. SidCΔ100: L. pneumophila harbouring pZL204 plasmid. SidC-1798: L. pneumophila harbouring a plasmid encoding sidCΔ100 fused to the 3′ end sequence of Lpg1798 . Cells were immunostained using: α- L.p. , mouse monoclonal antibody directed against L. pneumophila ; α-SidC, rabbit antisera directed against the SidC protein. Rightmost panels are merged images of the two antibody probings, coloured as noted, with yellow spots denoting bacteria translocating SidC, and red indicating bacteria defective for SidC translocation.

    Article Snippet: Four images from each microtiter well were captured with a Nikon 20× plan-Apo lens using the Texas Red and FITC filter sets to identify bacteria and exported SidC respectively.

    Techniques: Single Vesicle Fusion Assay, Translocation Assay, Plasmid Preparation, Clone Assay, Expressing, Amplification, Derivative Assay, Staining, Microscopy, High Throughput Screening Assay, Sequencing

    Image analysis for measuring the deflections of the microposts. (A) Image of a micropost [arrowhead in Fig. ] with an applied traction force by the cell. The center of the micropost is identified with an x -center line (red) and y -center

    Journal:

    Article Title: Magnetic microposts for mechanical stimulation of biological cells: Fabrication, characterization, and analysis

    doi: 10.1063/1.2906228

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Image analysis for measuring the deflections of the microposts. (A) Image of a micropost [arrowhead in Fig. ] with an applied traction force by the cell. The center of the micropost is identified with an x -center line (red) and y -center

    Article Snippet: To measure the displacement of magnetic microposts from the induced torque τ, we applied a uniform horizontal magnetic field B using custom-built electromagnets mounted on a Nikon TE-2000 microscope.

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    (A) Preparation of the magnetic microposts starts with microcontact printing of fibronectin onto the microposts. A hydrophobic, fluorescent dye (DiI) impregnates the PDMS for fluorescent microscopy. Pluronics F127 NF (F127) is adsorbed to the PDMS to

    Journal:

    Article Title: Magnetic microposts for mechanical stimulation of biological cells: Fabrication, characterization, and analysis

    doi: 10.1063/1.2906228

    Figure Lengend Snippet: (A) Preparation of the magnetic microposts starts with microcontact printing of fibronectin onto the microposts. A hydrophobic, fluorescent dye (DiI) impregnates the PDMS for fluorescent microscopy. Pluronics F127 NF (F127) is adsorbed to the PDMS to

    Article Snippet: To measure the displacement of magnetic microposts from the induced torque τ, we applied a uniform horizontal magnetic field B using custom-built electromagnets mounted on a Nikon TE-2000 microscope.

    Techniques: Microscopy

    Fabrication of magnetic micropost arrays. (A) SU-8 photoresist is spin coated onto a silicon wafer and exposed with 365 nm light through a photomask to pattern the SU-8. (B) Developing the resist results in freestanding SU-8 microposts. (C) Micropost

    Journal:

    Article Title: Magnetic microposts for mechanical stimulation of biological cells: Fabrication, characterization, and analysis

    doi: 10.1063/1.2906228

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Fabrication of magnetic micropost arrays. (A) SU-8 photoresist is spin coated onto a silicon wafer and exposed with 365 nm light through a photomask to pattern the SU-8. (B) Developing the resist results in freestanding SU-8 microposts. (C) Micropost

    Article Snippet: To measure the displacement of magnetic microposts from the induced torque τ, we applied a uniform horizontal magnetic field B using custom-built electromagnets mounted on a Nikon TE-2000 microscope.

    Techniques:

    Microscopy imaging of embedded nanowires in the magnetic microposts. (A) Phase contrast image of a cross-sectioned array showing a nanowire embedded in the microposts. (B) Scanning electron micrograph of the array with the contrast of the cobalt nanowire

    Journal:

    Article Title: Magnetic microposts for mechanical stimulation of biological cells: Fabrication, characterization, and analysis

    doi: 10.1063/1.2906228

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Microscopy imaging of embedded nanowires in the magnetic microposts. (A) Phase contrast image of a cross-sectioned array showing a nanowire embedded in the microposts. (B) Scanning electron micrograph of the array with the contrast of the cobalt nanowire

    Article Snippet: To measure the displacement of magnetic microposts from the induced torque τ, we applied a uniform horizontal magnetic field B using custom-built electromagnets mounted on a Nikon TE-2000 microscope.

    Techniques: Microscopy, Imaging

    Illustration of the magnetic micropost array. (A) Cells are plated onto the micropost arrays that contain embedded cobalt nanowires. Microposts have 3 μm diameters, 10 μm heights, and 9 μm center-to-center spacing. Nanowires have

    Journal:

    Article Title: Magnetic microposts for mechanical stimulation of biological cells: Fabrication, characterization, and analysis

    doi: 10.1063/1.2906228

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Illustration of the magnetic micropost array. (A) Cells are plated onto the micropost arrays that contain embedded cobalt nanowires. Microposts have 3 μm diameters, 10 μm heights, and 9 μm center-to-center spacing. Nanowires have

    Article Snippet: To measure the displacement of magnetic microposts from the induced torque τ, we applied a uniform horizontal magnetic field B using custom-built electromagnets mounted on a Nikon TE-2000 microscope.

    Techniques:

    Characterization of magnetic micropost deflections. [(A) and (D)] Phase contrast image of magnetic microposts under zero field. [(B) and (E)] Applying a 0.31 T field causes deflection in the magnetic microposts. [(C) and (F)] Displacement δ M vs

    Journal:

    Article Title: Magnetic microposts for mechanical stimulation of biological cells: Fabrication, characterization, and analysis

    doi: 10.1063/1.2906228

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Characterization of magnetic micropost deflections. [(A) and (D)] Phase contrast image of magnetic microposts under zero field. [(B) and (E)] Applying a 0.31 T field causes deflection in the magnetic microposts. [(C) and (F)] Displacement δ M vs

    Article Snippet: To measure the displacement of magnetic microposts from the induced torque τ, we applied a uniform horizontal magnetic field B using custom-built electromagnets mounted on a Nikon TE-2000 microscope.

    Techniques: