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“I am very impressed with the thoroughness of the analysis. I hope to steer more data your way soon. Again, thank you for undertaking this at a small cost. It is much appreciated.”

Marie M., Palatin Technologies

“Thanks for getting this back so quickly, and for the thoroughness of the design and report. We look forward to working with you again!”

George M.

“A pleasure to work with. Concise and detailed report for our 3D cell assay. We’ll have more projects your way soon!”

William Holden

“Extremely impressive work, thanks for getting this back to us so quickly. I really appreciate the detailed analysis.”

Ray C.
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Colocalization of Two Labels Using ImageJ

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A frequent image analysis technique that is performed routinely at Visikol is the colocalization of many different biological labels in fluorescent images. A colocalization analysis is the identification of spatial overlap between multiple labels. [...]

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Autofluorescence Quenching

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Autofluorescence has been a recurrent problem in immunofluorescent staining. It impedes on distinguishing specific signaling vs. non-specific (background) in tissues that contain natural fluorescence from endogenous fluorophores. Collagen, elastin, flavins, red blood cells and [...]

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Assessing Promising NASH Compounds

August 31st, 2021|

Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is a disease of the liver characterized by inflammation, cell injury and fibrosis. Progression of this disease can lead to the cirrhosis, possible hepatocellular carcinoma and may ultimately require liver transplantation. [...]

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