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3D rendered movie of a kidney section captured using a Leica confocal microscope. Alexa Fluor® 488 wheat germ agglutinin is a fluorescent lectin that labels the glomeruli and convoluted tubules (cyan). Actin located in glomeruli and the brush border are stained with Alexa Fluor® 568 phalloidin (magenta), nuclei are stained with the DNA stain DAPI (grey).
3D rendered movie of the same sample on the left captured using a Leica confocal microscope. The data has been deconvolved using the Lightning algorithm to remove noise. Data was captured using a 63x NA1.1 oil objective.
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Principal Applicant: Ilan Davis
Co-applicants: Jordan Raff, Martin Booth, Yvonne Jones, Christian Eggeling, David Stuart, Kay Grunewald, Neil Brockdorff.
Our microscopes are housed at the Department of Biochemistry, in Phase 1 of the New Biochemistry building.
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