Cell Population Array Imaging
This folder contains summary overview material about the CPAI instrument and the idea behind it.
- Up one level
Characterising receptor-triggered intracellular calcium signal patterns in lymphocytes – potential and achievements 1. Introduction 2. Sub-setting lymphocytes primarily by function: the idea 3. Calcium signalling in lymphocytes as a test-bed 4. Cell population array imaging – a new technique 5. Application 6. Bibliography
Talk presented at "A Life in Science" in honour of Prof Jonathan Howard, Biozentrum, Cologne, 1st July 2016
- Prototype of CPAI Cell Population Array Imager Poster.pdf
Conference poster explaining CPAI principles and purpose, with selected illustrative results
Seminar given at Garvan Institute, Sydney, 29 March 2016. "The individuality of each lymphocyte in a big crowd – calcium responses of arrayed cells" Summary: Eavesdropping on calcium signals at single-cell level can provide a novel way to classify cell sub-populations Technical solutions needed for internal fluorescence standardisation across the image field Data reduction and signal recognition algorithms need further development