Applications of quantitative time lapse holographic imaging to the development of complex pharmaceutical nano formulations

E. Luthe et al.

SPIE BiOS Conference Proceedings (2018)

Institution: Northeastern University, USA

Cell Line: Tumor micro-environment

Research Area: Method development

Tags: HoloMonitor M4, Holography, Image segmentation, Standards development, Tumors, Image processing, Imaging systems, 3D image processing, Etching,Holograms

Conclusions: We rely on in vitro cellular cultures to evaluate the effects of the components of multifunctional nano-based formulations under development. We employ an incubator-adapted, label-free holographic imaging cytometer HoloMonitor M4® (Phase Holographic Imaging, Lund, Sweden) to obtain multi-day time-lapse sequences at 5- minute intervals. An automated stage allows hand-free acquisition of multiple fields of view.

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