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Application Notes in Numerical Order

Gradients Inside µ-Slide I (AN 01)
Establishing a concentration profile

Fluorescence Staining using a µ-Slide I (AN 02)

Examples describing how to do immunofluorescence stainings using µ-Slides

Growing Cells in µ-Channels (AN 03)
Growing cells inside a µ-Slide VI 0.4, and a comparison between channels and open wells

Lipid Monolayer (AN 04)
Description of an uncomplicated and fast preparation of lipid monolayer on uncoated slides

Tube Formation in µ-Plate Angiogenesis 96 well (AN 05)
Handling protocol for tube formation assays using a multi-channel pipette and the µ-Plate Angiogenesis 96 well

Trypsination in µ-Channels (AN 06)
Removing adherently grown cells from a µ-channel after cultivation

Gene Transfection (AN 07)
Example showing how protocols for gene transfection can easily be adapted to the work in cell culture channels

Cell Culture Coating (AN 08)
Making your own coating on µ-slides

Fluorescence Staining using a µ-Slide VI (AN 09)

Examples describing how to do immunofluorescence stainings using µ-Slides

Co-Cultivation (AN 10)
Application note for co-cultivation of two different cell types in µ-Slide 2x9 well

Shear Stress and Shear Rates (AN 11)
Detailed information on shear stress/shear rates and flow rates in our channel slides

Avoiding Evaporation (AN 12)
Decreasing evaporation during cell cultivation by using the ibidi humidifying chamber Olaf and µ-Slides

HUVECs Under Perfusion (AN 13)
Setting up a flow experiment using μ-Slide I and HUVECs

Chemotaxis (AN 14)
Application Note for 2D chemotactical assays using µ-Slide Chemotaxis 2D

Fluorescence Staining using a µ-Slide y-shaped (AN 15)
Examples describing how to do immunofluorescence stainings using µ-Slides

Fluorescence Staining using a µ-Slide 8 well (AN 16)

Examples describing how to do immunofluorescence stainings using µ-Slides

Chemotaxis 3D (AN 17)
General protocol for 3D gel assays with µ-Slide Chemotaxis 3D

Shear Stress and Shear Rates in µ-Slide µ-Shaped (AN 18)
Detailed information on shear stress/shear rates and flow rates in our µ-Slide y-shaped

Tube Formation (AN 19)
Setting up a tube formation assay with µ-Slide Angiogenesis

Cultivation of Macrophages (AN 20)
Cultivation protocol for a murine macrophage cell line in µ-Slide VI0.4 and µ-Slide 8 well

Pixel Size (AN 22)
Measuring and calculating the pixel size of microscopic images

3D Chemotaxis Protocol for Non-Adherent Cells in a Gel Matrix (AN 23)
Application Note providing a specific example protocol for chemotaxis of dendritic cells in a collagen gel

Serial Connection of Flow Chambers (AN 25)
Setup protocol for connecting several Luer-Slides to one Fluidic Unit

Collagen I Gel for 3D Cell Culture (AN 26)
Fabrication protocols for collagen I gel (bovine and rat tail) with different cell media

Tube Formation - Data Analysis (AN27)
Setup optimization of tube formation experiments, data analysis and interpretation

Adenoviral Transduction of Human Cells (AN 28)
Detailed protocol for handling recombinant adenoviruses, and designing an approach for transducing human cells

Wound Healing Assay – Data Analysis (AN 30)
Setup optimization of wound healing experiments, with instructions for data analysis and interpretation using WimScratch

 

Serial Connection of µ-Slide VI 0.4 (AN 31)
Protocol for connecting the six channels of  µ-Slide VI 0.4 to one Fluidic Unit

Generation of Spheroids (AN 32)
Generation of spheroids using the liquid overlay technique

Live / Dead Staining with FDA and PI (AN 33)
Viability staining of adherent cells, single cells embedded in extracellular matrix, and cellular clusters

 

Image Shift Correction in Microscopic Time Lapse Sequences (AN 37)
Instructions for correcting an externally generated shift of the sample  in time lapse images (e.g.  in chemotaxis experiments)