Position in microfluidics and fluorescent nanosensors
Posté le 28 juin 2016 dans Offre d'emploi par Perrine Franquet.
A major challenge in cell biology is the development of technologies that allow the quantitative monitoring of cellular responses with a high resolution over a wide range of time scales. To dynamically image cellular events in vivo, it is essential to maintain the sample alive in non-stressful conditions under the microscope. Microfluidic chips allow living organisms or cells to be grown in micro-chambers on a microscope stage, under perfusion with a desired medium.
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