Laser scanning microscopy analysis software tools | Bioimaging

Confocal microscopy is an established light microscopical technique for imaging fluorescently labeled specimens with significant three-dimensional structure. Applications of confocal microscopy in the biomedical sciences include the imaging of the spatial distribution of macromolecules in either fixed or living cells, the automated collection of 3D data, the imaging of multiple labeled specimens and the measurement of physiological events in living cells. The laser scanning confocal microscope continues to be chosen for most routine work although a number of instruments have been developed for more specific applications.

Source text:
(Paddock et al., 2014) Laser scanning confocal microscopy: history, applications, and related optical sectioning techniques. Methods Mol Biol.

Image preprocessing

Image processing

Dynamic analysis

Structural analysis

Advanced fluorescence microscopy

Image data management and annotation