Introduction Environmental Science is an interdisciplinary field...Read More >
Take advantage of our resources to stay up-to-date with the latest research and developments in science.
Colorimeters and spectrophotometers are instruments used to analyze test samples by passing a light beam of a particular wavelength through the samples. Both instruments have a spectrum of applications in labs, industries, and clinical areas to analyze water, blood, nucleic acid, and other similar compounds.
Fiber photometry uses spectroscopy to monitor the cellular dynamics in the cell or organ of interest in vivo. It uses photons from the light of a specified wavelength to trigger cells at the region of interest, enabling researchers to monitor the dynamics at a precise location in real-time.
A brain slice is a result of sectioning a particular part of the brain in a specific plane or orientation using a sharp blade. The prepared slice allows us to study underlying pathophysiological conditions, a particular area of the brain and its neural circuitry, and the development of brain tissues and neural networks.