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SiR-Actin & SiR-Tubulin Gallery

 

 

Videos of cells labeled with SiR-probes

 

U2OS SiR Lysosome SiR700 Tubulin Hoechst

 

SiR700 Tubulin SiR Lysosome Fibroblasts

 

MAX Series023 Decon

 

Cardiac myocytes

Movie of newborn mouse primary cardiac myocytes stained with SiR-actin. High speed (50fps) confocal imaging. Courtesy of Adam Kwiatkowski and Simon Watkins, department of cell biology and center for biologic imaging, University of Pittsburgh.


 

Mouse oocyte

Movie of mouse oocyte from transgenic CAG::H2B-EGFP mouse stained with SiR-tubulin. Chromosomes (H2B) are pseudocolored in red, microtubules in green. Courtesy of Petr Solc, Institute of Animal Physiology and Genetics at Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Brno.


 

HeLa cells

Movie of HeLa cell expressing mcherry-H2B (red) stained with SiR-tubulin (green). Data collected by confocal imaging. Courtesy of Daniel Gerlich and Claudia Blaukopf, Institute of Molecular Biotechnology, Vienna.

 

Images of cells labeled with SiR-probes

HUVEC Cells (fixed), stained with SiR-actin and imaged by confocal microscopy. 3D Reconstruction from z-stack.  Courtesy of Urim Retkoceri and Steffen Dietzel, Ludwig-Maximilians Universitat, Munchen.   STED image of cultured rat hippocampal neurons stained with SiR-actin. Actin rings (stripes) with 180 nm periodicity can be seen. Courtesy Of Elisa D'Este, MPI Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen.

HUVEC Cells

HUVEC Cells (fixed), stained with SiR-actin and imaged by confocal microscopy. 3D Reconstruction from z-stack.  Courtesy of Urim Retkoceri and Steffen Dietzel, Ludwig-Maximilians Universitat, Munchen.

 

Rat hippocampal neurons

STED image of cultured rat hippocampal neurons stained with SiR-actin. Actin rings (stripes) with 180 nm periodicity can be seen. Courtesy Of Elisa D'Este, MPI Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen.

MCF10A cells expressing H2B-GFP (Blue) in Matrigel stained with SiR-tubulin (red). Image taken on an inverted LSM microscope. Courtesy of Christian Conrad and Katharina Jechow, Heidelberg.   MCF10A cells expressing H2B-GFP (Blue) in Matrigel stained with SiR-tubulin (red). Image taken on an inverted LSM microscope. Courtesy of Christian Conrad and Katharina Jechow, Heidelberg.

MCF10A Cells (3D culture)

MCF10A cells expressing H2B-GFP (Blue) in Matrigel stained with SiR-tubulin (red). Image taken on an inverted LSM microscope. Courtesy of Christian Conrad and Katharina Jechow, Heidelberg.

 

MCF10A Cells (3D culture)

MCF10A cells expressing H2B-GFP (Blue) in Matrigel stained with SiR-actin (red). Image taken on an inverted LSM microscope. Courtesy of Christian Conrad and Katharina Jechow, Heidelberg.

Goldfish retinal bipolar cell   Goldfish astrocyte stained with SiR-Tubulin

Goldfish retinal bipolar cell

3-D projection of a single isolated goldfish retinal bipolar cell stained with SiR-tubulin. The color spectrum represents depth. Microtubules can be seen to extend from the tips of the dendrites (top) into the axon and down into the giant synaptic terminal (bottom). Courtesy of Justin W. Taraska, Laboratory of Cellular Biophysics, NIH, Bethesda.

 

Goldfish astrocyte

3-D projection of a single isolated goldfish astrocyte stained with SiR-tubulin. The color spectrum represents depth. Courtesy of Justin W. Taraska, Laboratory of Cellular Biophysics, NIH, Bethesda.

 

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