A publication by our collaborators at The University of York titled “Label-free imaging to study phenotypic behavioural traits of cells in complex co-cultures” using the Phasefocus VL21 Live cell Imaging system has been published today in Nature Scientific Reports.

The publication describes the use of ptychography as an assay to study the phenotypic behaviour of microglial cells in primary neuronal cocultures through the addition of cyclosporine A, a potent immune-modulator.

Article in Nature Magazine