Thursday, 14th December 2017
    MICROSCOPÍA ÓPTICA Y CONFOCAL
 

Coordinador Científico:
Fco. Javier Díez-Guerra
Responsable Técnico:
Ángeles Muñoz

 

Microscopía Óptica y Confocal

 

SMOC

 

Comunidad de Madrid

 

ÚLTIMAS NOTICIAS

  • 07-12-2017: LSM510 Vertical reparado. Se ha cambiado el escáner X y el láser de Argón (línea 488).
  • 17-11-2017: Disponible de nuevo eescáner resonante del confocal Nikon A1R.
  • 16-11-2017: Apertura   confocal LSM800 a partir del lunes 20. Para realizar las reservas y organizar las sesiones de formación y asistencia, dirigirse al SMOC (lab 310).
  • 09-02-2017 Láser Maitai del Multifotón fuera de servicio. El equipo se puede utilizar como confocal.
 

ENLACES - REACTIVOS Y FLUORÓFOROS - SISTEMAS DE MARCAJE - ARTÍCULOS DESDE 2010

 

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  • Uttamapinant, et al. (2010) A fluorophore ligase for site-specific protein labeling inside living cells. PNAS. 107, 10914–10919.
  • Akemann, et al. (2010). Imaging brain electric signals with genetically targeted voltage-sensitive fluorescent proteins. Nature Methods. 7, 643–649.
  • Single Molecule Tools, Part B: Super-Resolution, Particle Tracking, Multiparameter, and Force Based Methods. (2010). Methods in Enzymology. 475, 1-663.
  • Summers, et al. (2010). Analysis of quantum dot fluorescence stability in primary blood mononuclear cells. Cytometry Part A, n/a. doi: 10.1002/cyto.a.20932.
  • Holleran, et al. (2010). Fluorogen-activating proteins as biosensors of cell-surface proteins in living cells. Cytometry Part A, 77A: 776–782.
  • Palmer, et al. (2011). Design and application of genetically encoded biosensors. Trends in Biotechnology. 29, 144-152.
  • Perry, et al. (2011). Mitochondrial membrane potential probes and the proton gradient: a practical usage guide. BioTechniques. 50, 98–115.
  • Wombacher and Cornish. (2011). Chemical tags: applications in live cell fluorescence imaging. J. Biophotonics. 4, 391-402.
  • Crivat and Taraska. (2012). Imaging proteins inside cells with fluorescence tags. Trends in Biotech. 30, 8-16.
  • Methods of Enzymology Vol. 504 (2012). Ed. Michael Conn. Imaging and Spectroscopy Analysis of Living Cells: Optical and Spectroscopy Techniques.
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  • Johnson and Rabinovitch. (2012) Ex Vivo Imaging of Excised Tissue Using Vital Dyes and Confocal Microscopy. Current Protocols in Cytometry. 9.39.1-9.39.18.
  • Zongwen and Hildebrandt. (2012). Semiconductor quantum dots for in vitro diagnostics and cellular imaging. Trends in Biotech. 30, 394-403.
  • Dolman, et al. (2013). A Review of Reagents for Fluorescence Microscopy of Cellular Compartments and Structures, Part I: BacMam Labeling and Reagents for Vesicular Structures. Curr. Protoc. Citom. 65, 12.30.1-12.30.27.
  • Maity, et al. (2013). Immunostaining: Detection of Signaling Protein Location in Tissues, Cells and Subcellular Compartments. Methods in Cell Biology. 113, 81-105.
  • Biela, et al. (2013). Col-F, a fluorescent probe for ex vivo confocal imaging of collagen and elastin in animal tissues. Cytometry, 83A: 533–539.
  • Ozawa et al. (2013). Advances in Fluorescence and Bioluminscence Imaging. Analytical Chemistry. 85, 590-609.
  • Kilgore, et al. (2013). A Review of Reagents for Fluorescence Microscopy of Cellular Compartments and Structures, Part II: Reagents for Non-Vesicular Organelles. Curr. Protoc. Citom. 12.31.1-12.34.24.
  • Constantini and Snapp. (2013). Probing Endoplasmic Reticulum Dynamics using Fluorescence Imaging and Photobleaching Techniques. Curr. Protoc. Cell Biol. Unit 21.7.
  • Zhang, et al. (2013). Imaging and tracing of intracellular metabolites utilizing genetically encoded fluorescent biosensors. Biotechnology journal. 8, 1280-1291.
  • Verissimo and Pepperkok. (2013). Imaging IR-to-Golgi transport: towards a system view. J. Cell Sci. 126, 5091-5100.
  • Kilgore, et al. (2014). A Review of Reagents for Fluorescence Microscopy of Cellular Compartments and Structures, Part III: Reagents for actin, tubulin, cellular membranes, and whole cell an cytoplasm. Curr. Protoc. Citom. Unit 12.32.
  • Zhang, et al. (2014). Imaging and tracing of intracellular metabolites utilizing genetically encoded fluorescent biosensors. Biotechnology Journal. 8, 1280-1291.
  • Tanenbaum, et al. (2014). A Protein-Tagging system for Signal Amplification in Gene Expression and Fluorescence Imaging. Cell. 159, 635-646.
  • Kilgore, et al. (2014). A Review of Reagents for Fluorescence Microscopy of Cellular Compartments and Structures, Part III: Reagents for Actin, tubulin, Cellular membranes and Whole cell and Cytoplasm. Curr. Protoc. Citom. Unit 12.32.
  • Hu, et al. (2014). FRET-based and other fluorescent proteinase probes. Biotechnology Journal. 9, 266-281.
  • Jauregui and Kim. (2014). Probing Peroxisome Dynamics and Biogenesis by Fluorescence Imaging. Curr. Prot. Cell Biol. Unit 21.9.
  • Bosch, et al. (2014). Evaluation of Fluorophores to Label SNAP-Tag Fused Proteins for Multicolor Single-Molecule Tracking Microscopy in Live Cells. Biophysical Journal. 107, 803-814.
  • Ding, et al. (2015). Ratiometric biosensors based on dimerization-dependent fluorescent protein exchange. Nature Methods. 12, 195-198.