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Live-cell time-lapse imaging protocol

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  1. Resource Description
    "Time-lapse microscopy (microphotography, photomicrography) - microscopy in which the same object (e.g., a cell) is photographed at regular time intervals over several hours. Live-cell imaging often involves time-lapse microscopy to monitor cell movements. Modern approaches are extending these observations beyond making movies of cell structure. Increasingly, time-lapse imaging is being integrated with specialized techniques for monitoring, measuring, and perturbing dynamic activities of cells and subcellular structure"
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    Cornea, Anda, Ph.D.
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    Imaging and Morphology Support Core Laboratory
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