Most biological systems are highly sensitive to environmental conditions such as temperature. Precise control of the sample temperature is therefore pivotal for obtaining reproducible and reliable results. However, when working with high-resolution microscopes, control of the sample temperatures becomes a technological challenging task.
In this seminar, Daniel Boening from Interherence GmbH will introduce our newly developed micro heating stage VAHEAT that can be used to stabilize the temperature in the field-of-view.
Philip Tripal (Optical Imaging Center Erlangen, OICE, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg) will talk about important requirements for live-cell imaging and will show a glimpse of his research on vesicle transport in neurons.
Mart Kurpovic (Institut Pasteur, Paris, France) will present the recent advances in the understanding of the morphological and structural diversity of archaeal viruses, and uncover some of the molecular adaptations underlying the stability of archaeal viruses in extremely hot acidic environments. Finally, he will highlight the mechanisms of virus-host interactions in Archaea, especially those that could be further understood through the development of live-cell imaging approaches.
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