Did you know cells could be soffpotatisar (Swedish for lazy couch potatoes), marathon runners or number one sprinters? Or that individual cells behave and look different within the same cell population?
Fascinating! Let’s expose why researchers are extremely interested in tracking individual cells over time along with studying cell behavior: cell migration and motility.
Our Head of Biology, Kersti Alm, showcases you how, by using label-free live cell imaging, you can quantify cell movements and relate them to other cellular parameters such as cell size and shape. She shares results of latest publications from researchers worldwide using HoloMonitor time-lapse cytometer and highlight the great potential of quantifying cell movement and morphology, for both single-cell and cell populations.
Watch this insightful and engaging talk of PHIs Head of Biology, Kersti Alm!
Learn how to:
- Define cell motility and migration
- Measure cell motility label-free using digital holographic microscopy
- Connect cell motility with many other cell characteristics