Flow Flower


Keely Keller / Biomedical Engineering / Graduate Student
Flow Flower
Structured Illumination Microscopy – N/A – Square Image
Our lab has the ability to model vascular processes in vitro, and to use these models to better understand various disease processes, including the metastatic cascade, by creating small diameter (10-20 μm) microfluidic networks within hydrogels using laser-based hydrogel degradation. Before running any cell studies within our models, we can perfuse the networks with a fluorescent dextran solution to capture images of network structure. Four different time-points within a single network have been rotated and overlaid to make the flower you see here.


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January 10, 2019