3D reconstruction of a confocal microscope Z-series I acquired for Prof. Walter Laug and Mr. Vazgen Khankaldyyan, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA), in 2002. Study was done with fluorescent tomato lectin to light up the blood vessels of a mouse brain that had a human U87MB tumor growing inside. Images were acquired on a Leica SP1 confocal microscope (10x objective lens).
3D "rocking back and forth" reconstruction was done with MetaMorph Imaging System.
Note: Dr. Laug retired from CHLA and later died from lung cancer (heavy smoker).
- Cancer biology,
- cell biology,
- blood vessels
- Cancer Biology,
- Cell Anatomy,
- Cell and Developmental Biology,
- Cell Biology,
- Cellular and Molecular Physiology,
- Developmental Biology,
- Genetics and Genomics,
- Laboratory and Basic Science Research,
- Medical Biophysics,
- Medical Biotechnology,
- Medical Cell Biology,
- Medical Pathology,
- Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience,
- Other Analytical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques and Equipment,
- Other Life Sciences,
- Pathology and
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