When performing chemotaxis assays, there are several chambers—each with different characteristics—that can be used. Most of them have drawbacks in use and practicability. To overcome these, ibidi has developed the µ-Slide Chemotaxis, which provides high quality microscopy, linear concentration gradients, support for long-term assays, and allows for the observation of fast and slowly migrating cells via video microscopy.
This webinar gives an overview of the detailed and defined analysis of the migration behavior of various cell types, such as endothelial cells, fibroblasts, cancer cells, and immune cells.
Learn more about:
- Experimental workflow: from sample preparation and video microscopy to image analysis and data interpretation
- Main output parameters, especially FMI (Forward Migration Index)
- Various application examples
Elias Horn, ibidi GmbH
Elias Horn works as a product manager for labware and reagents at ibidi. He studied biotechnology at the University of Applied Science, Mittweida. For more than 10 years, he has been working on the development of a wide range of slides and dishes in the ibidi Research and Development department. Since 2017, he has been part of the ibidi Product Management team.