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Imaging the signals and events that shape embryonic development

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sponsored by the Leica Scientific Forum

5pm Monday April 20th Department of Chemistry , Pfizer Lecture Theatre

This lecture is sponsored by the Leica Scientific Forum and there will be a drinks reception after the talk open to all those who attend the lecture.

Lecture Scott Fraser:

– In vivo imaging of embryonic development offers a direct means to test the proposals made from genomic and proteomic analyses.

– Single cell imaging is the correct scale of analysis for development as can capture the function of gene regulatory networks.

– To avoid ambiguous results, in vivo imaging requires more rapid acquisition of 3-D datasets, challenging both microscope design and data analysis tools.

This talk is part of the Life Science Interface Seminars series.

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