I took this image of fibroblasts on a culture flask with a FLIR SC8300 high-resolution thermal camera. Thermal imaging is not something typically used on cells, largely because it’s diffraction limited resolution is on the order of ~3 microns (the size of most mammalian cells). We had a unique opportunity to try this in our lab with a new imaging system.
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Graduate Student working on my Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering.
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