Here is a step-by-step guide that I made to help people export microscope images from ImageJ/FIJI and then import and alter colours/levels etc in Photoshop. The guide also shows you how to easily move from Photoshop to illustrator to make montage images etc for publication. PDF Download: Guide to FIJI-Photoshop Image manipulation AdvertisementsRead More User guide: Export microscope images from ImageJ/FIJI into Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
More great news, we have another co-author publication in the outstanding journal Gut. This fabulous work was pioneered by the very talented Dr Marina Pajic and her group at the Garvan Institute. We were very honoured to be involved in such amazing work. The title of the publication is “Tailored first-line and second-line CDK4-targeting treatment […]Read More New Co-Author Publication in Gut: CDK4 inhibitors for treatment of Pancreatic Cancer
8th Garvan Signalling Symposium Date: Monday 31st of October and Tuesday 1st of November 2016 Venue: The Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney Registration – Abstract submission to 15th of September 2016 The Garvan International Signalling Symposium is a premier meeting focused on the mechanisms of signal transduction. It began as a small meeting organised by […]Read More 8th Garvan Signalling Symposium – Registration Now Open !!!
Great news, Cell Division Lab will be at the Sydney Light Optical Users Meeting, hosted by Dr Pamela Young at Sydney University, this Thursday (24th of July). I will be presenting a short seminar on “Imaging and Analysing Cell Division”. If you would like to attend please contact Pamela asap. Her details are below! Hope […]Read More We will be at the Sydney Light Optical Users Meeting on July 24th 2014
Some more good news to coincide with today’s official release of our manuscript, one of our images has been chosen to be the feature image on the front cover. It’s a great honour, one that I am very proud of, and is the first time I have ever had a front cover ! You can […]Read More Were the front cover feature image on this months issue of Cell Cycle !
Here is a slide that I made and often use at the beginning of my talks to briefly explain what mitosis is. The images are taken from a live cell that we have labelled with fluorescent probes to highlight the DNA (red) and microtubules (green). Enjoy !Read More A brief introduction to Mitosis
Here is one of the images that we took using a Leica SP8 confocal microscope this week in the lab. It is a 3D image of a HeLa cell that has completely stuffed up mitosis (undergone mitotic catastrophe). It has separated whole chromosomes randomly into 2 daughter cells instead of separating the two identical chromatids in […]Read More Cell Image of the Week – Mitotic Catastrophe
Our favourite protein in the lab is Greatwall kinase. It was first discovered in 2004 to be critical for cell division in fruit flies (1,2) . The trail then went cold for a few years as to its exact function, but in 2009, while I was working as a post-doc in France, I was fortunate […]Read More A brief Intro to Greatwall Kinase…The King of Mitosis
Great news for those who cannot afford the very price commercial alternatives for 3D analysis of microscope images. You can download the software here And you can read the original research article published in Nature Protocols hereRead More Vaa3D: New FREE open source software for 3D image analysis !
Here are a few nice still images which were taken from single frames of a timelapse movie that we did recently with some human (HeLa) cancer cells that we have constructed to stable over-express fluorescently labelled LifeAct (green) and histone H2B (red).Read More Stills from Live Imaging of Human Cancer Cell