Best Practices in Imaging Biological Samples
Date: Monday 31 March 2014
Time: 6pm - 7pm AEDT
Since its invention more than twenty years ago, AFM has emerged as a powerful tool to obtain structural details and measure biomechanical properties of biological samples, ranging from biomolecules to living cells.
After AFM pioneer researchers published their biological structure research findings, the scientific community soon realised that specimen preparation is one of the crucial factors in successful AFM biological samples imaging and measurements.
In this webinar, Bruker will review and present some details of the general sample preparation methods, for imaging and manipulating DNA, protein, lipid, bacteria and living cells as well as functionalisation of AFM probes for specific molecular recognition studies.
Register for your free webinar today, seats are limited.