Live-Cell Imaging Chambers Literature References

Specimen chambers have been an integral part of the history of microscopy and a number of designs have been published over the years describing systems that offer excellent optical properties while allowing specimens to be maintained for varying amounts of time. The basic requirements for live-cell imaging chamber configurations range from simple microscope slides with sealed coverslips to elaborate and complex designs that control a host of environmental variables. The literature references in this section describe simple chambers, perfusion systems and enclosed microscope incubators that enable a significant degree of control over the imaging environment.

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