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  • AplysiaBagCellGrowthConeMPEG4
  • Sara Abrahamsson/Molly McQuilken - Multi-Focus Polarization Microscopy, MBL, Woods Hole
  • Sara Abrahamsson/Molly McQuilken - Multi-Focus Polarization Microscopy, MBL, Woods Hole
  • Metal NNF etched Orientation dataset Image
  • Aster Retardance Image
  • Diattenuation image of clofazimine. Gus Rosania, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Michigan College of Pharmacy.
  • GFP Crystals Fluorescence-Anisotrophy Image
  • Heliozoa imaged in Birefringence mode
  • Cell86MPEG4High
  • Spermatocyte Retardance Image. Credit: James R. LaFountain, University at Buffalo.
  • Zebrafish Eye using LC-PolScope Birefringence Imaging (Credits: Unknown)
  • MeiosisIHumanTmprture
  • Calcite layer imaged with the Birefringence OpenPolScope equipped with a light field sensor.
  • Metal NNF etched Retardance Image
  • Metal NNF etched ColorMap dataset Image
  • GFP Crystals Fluorescence-Anisotrophy/Orientation Colormap Image
  • MDK Cell ColorMap Image. Credit: Bradley DeMay and Amy Gladfelter, Dartmouth College.
  • Metal NNF etched ColorMap Image
  • Metal NNF etched Diattenuation-Transmittance dataset Image
  • Aster ColorMap Image
  • Sara Abrahamsson/Molly McQuilken - Multi-Focus Polarization Microscopy, MBL, Woods Hole
  • Fluorescence-Polarization: Polarized fluorescence of GFP labeled septin hourglass structure in budding yeast. (a) Polarized fluorescence of GFP attached to septin molecules (Cdc12) lining the bud neck. Viewing direction is either perpendicular (top panels, top view) or parallel to mother-daughter axis (bottom panels, cross-section view). DeMay et. al, 2011
  • MBL-Discovery Never Ends
  • Calcite crystal imaged in Birefringence mode
  • Aster Orientation Image
  • GFP Crystals Orientation Image
  • GFP Crystals Fluorescence-Average Image
  • Metal NNF etched Diattenuation-Anisotrophy dataset Image
  • Sara Abrahamsson - Multi-Focus Polarization Microscopy, MBL, Woods Hole
  • Beauty of actin cytoskeleton captured with confocal LC-PolScope: <a href="https://twitter.com/mshalinmbl" target="_blank">Shalin Mehta</a> in collaboration with Drew, Clara and Jonathan Gitlin
  • Diatom Image
  • LC-PolScope image of cell wall sacculi purified from <i>Bacillus subtilis</i> with different levels of induction of mreBCD, the genes that build rod shape. Color indicates the molecular orientation, brightness corresponding to degree of alignment in that direction. Credit: R. Oldenbourg and E. Garner
Source: https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/gfx/news/2019/stayinginsha.jpg
  • LC-PolScope image of microfibril orientation in the fibre bilayer. A- visible light image, B- orientation image. En – endocarp, L – locule, EnE- inner epidermis of the endocarp, C – seed coat crystals. Credits: <a href="https://www.czech-in.org/cm/ESB/CM.NET.WebUI/CM.NET.WEBUI.scpr/SCPRfunctiondetail.aspx?confID=05000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000056&sesID=05000000-0000-0000-0000-000000003601&absID=07000000-0000-0000-0000-000000024206">I. Shtein, B. Bar-On, R. Elbaum</a><br/>
Source: http://www.czech-in.org/cmAbstractsubmission/Content/cmabstsms/ESB2015/abstracts/00056/68744/Images/Picture2.png
  • Optically sectioned orientation of filamentous actin in mammalian cells measured using confocal LC-PolScope. Image courtesy: Shalin Mehta, specimen courtesy: Felix Spira
  • Meiosis I, Polarized Light Microscopy. J LaFountain and R Oldenbourg/MBL Woods Hole
  • Septin assembly and organization from yeast to mammals - Gladfelter Lab, Dartmouth
  • Instantaneous fluorescence polarization microscope: Orientation of actin filaments. Credit: Shalin Mehta and Tomomi Tani
  • "Companions in Discovery" by Amy Gladfelter, for ASCB Celldance 2014
  • MultiFocus Polarization Microscope (MF-PolScope) for 3D polarization imaging... Sara Abrahamsson et al (2015), Optics Express <a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/OE.23.007734">http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/OE.23.007734</a>
  • Large-Scale Orientation of Defects (Dogic Lab) - DeCamp et al (2015), Nat Mater
  • Retardance Video of 2D Active Nematic (Dogic Lab)  - DeCamp et al (2015), Nat Mater
  • Orientational order of motile defects in active nematics (Hagan Lab)

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