Purdue Cytometry CD-ROM Volume 3.
Clinical microscopy & image analysis

Microscopy and image analysis can be useful adjuncts to flow cytometry, and are often used as the primary means of detecting pathogens. Here we have a collection of images from a variety of clinical applications......

  1. Microscopy Images
  2.   W. Sharp
  3. Fluorescence images of mouse embryos.
  4.   R. M. Zucker, et al.

NOTE: Section 2 contains some live 3D rotations that will operate under NETSCAPE or INTERNET Explorer browsers. Click on the Images to make them rotate. Rotations are fixed at 0.5 second per image-plane for these demonstrations.

Note: These data have been provided by colleagues worldwide. Appropriate acknowledgement should be made when material is used.

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CD-ROM Vol 3 was produced by Monica M. Shively and other staff at the Purdue University Cytometry Laboratories and distributed free of charge as an educational service to the cytometry community. If you have any comments please direct them to Dr. J. Paul Robinson, Professor & Director, PUCL, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907. Phone:(765) 494-0757; FAX (765) 494-0517; Web http://www.cyto.purdue.edu, EMAIL cdrom3@flowcyt.cyto.purdue.edu