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In this webinar, Dr. Susan Tappan will help you choose the right method to stain your tissue.

In this webinar, Dr. Susan Tappan answers questions about stereology theory, experimental design and stereo investigator software.

In this webinar you will learn: i) how to choose the correct probes for estimation of object number, length, surface area, and regional volume. ii) how to select the most suitable type of tissue sectioning. iii) how to perform systematic sampling properly.

This presentation demonstrates how to use Stereo Investigator to estimate area and volume of regions of interest from histological sections, images, and contours/

The Optical Fractionator is an unbiased stereological method that is used to accurately and efficiently estimate numbers of particles. Drs. Jose Maldonado and Dan Peruzzi will discuss the theory behind the Optical Fractionator and discuss its use.

There are many useful stereological probes in Stereo Investigator for quantifying various morphometric parameters of the lung. Dan Peruzzi, Ph.D. and Masha Stern will discuss these probes and what type of estimates they can be used for in lung tissue

In this webinar Drs. Jose Maldonado and Susan Hendricks will demonstrate the use of Stereo Investigator with Zeiss’ LSM in a stereological study.

Drs. Mark West and Susan Tappan will discuss sources of quantification bias in biological experiments. This webinar will explore error and bias — and how proper implementation of design-based stereology can eliminate much of this bias.

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Sponsored by MBF Bioscience developers of Stereo Investigator, the world’s most cited stereology system