30 µl channel volume, which saves on reagent consumption
Easy connection to existing tubes and pumps via female Luer adapter
Fully compatible with high resolution fluorescence microscopy
Defined shear stress and shear rate level
All-in-One-Chamber for Fast Immunofluorescence Protocols
Optimal Cell Growth in the µ-Slide VI 0.4
The entire observation field is in excellent phase contrast.
Super-Resolution Microscopy (STED) of the Actin Cytoskeleton
The µ-Slide VI 0.4 is compatible with super-resolution microscopy methods, such as simulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy. Using LifeAct-TagGFP2 Protein, the actin cytoskeleton can be visualized in detail. In this experiment, fixed Rat1 fibroblasts were incubated with LifeAct-TagGFP2 protein in a µ-Slide VI 0.4, ibiTreat. STED microscopy was performed to create a super-resolution image.
Super-resolution microscopy of the actin cytoskeleton in Rat1 fibroblasts using LifeAct-TagGFP2 Protein. Microscopy was performed on the STEDYCON super-resolution STED nanoscopy system (Abberior Instruments GmbH, Göttingen, Germany) with a Plan-Neofluar 100x/1.4 objective lens.
Fluorescence Microscopy for Mitochondria Visualization
The µ-Slide VI 0.4 is compatible with a variety of fluorescence microscopy methods. In this experiment, Madin-Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) cells were cultured in a µ-Slide VI 0.4 and their mitochondria were visualized using MitoTracker.
Fluorescence microscopy of MDCK cells cultured in a µ-Slide VI 0.4. Mitochondria (MitoTracker, red), Actin cytoskeleton (Phalloidin, green), nuclei (DAPI, blue).
Dr. Thomas A.J. McKinnon, Imperial College London, UK
„I work with the ibidi slides because they are superior to any other product of this kind on the market. They are easy to use, give consistent results, economical and are suitable for a wide range of applications. The flow slides have without a doubt transformed my labs research and made many new experiments possible. Well done ibidi! I am indeed extremely happy with the ibidi products.”
Dr. Thomas A.J. McKinnon BSc, PhD Post Doctoral Research Associate Department of Hematology Imperial College London UK