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With open-source software and Lego hardware, researchers have created a low-cost, automated method for cellular fluorescence microscopy.
May 16, 2018|
ALMADA & PEREIRA ET AL.
In a preprint published in bioRxiv on Monday (May 14), researchers describe an open-source system that can create multimodal fluorescence imaging of cells. In the study, they snapped images and videos of cells derived from monkey kidney tissue. The system includes ImageJ-based software and hardware built with Lego bricks.
P. Almada et al., “Automating multimodal microscopy with NanoJ-Fluidics,” bioRxiv, doi:10.1101/320416, 2018.