The power of cellular imaging resides in its ability to measure not only fluorescence intensity changes within cells, but also proximal and temporal relationships and morphological features. Automated cellular imaging also enables measurement of multiple parameters from individual cells at significantly higher throughput than classical microscopy. This ability makes high-throughput cellular imaging an ideal platform for developing automated high-throughput assays to study host-pathogen interactions.
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