Examples Selection of images taken with RCM during the product demonstrations, conferences or by our customers. N1E-115 neuroblastoma cells, made during HOLM 2017 by the students attending one of the workshops. On the left, raw image from RCM, on the right the same image after the Microvolution deconvolution. Cultured cells with GFP labelled actin. Regular confocal (left) and RCM (right). A proof that Re-Scan technology can optically improve the real-time lateral resolution compared to regular confocal. Images by Christiaan Zeelenberg. Mitotic cell – Cos7 cell line with antibody labeling of nucleus (blue), mitochondria (green), and tubulin (red). Samples prepared by Jana Doehner, University of Zurich. Images taken by Stan Hilt during the BioImaging meeting Utrecht. Original RCM image (left), and the result of Microvolution deconvolution (right). Cos7 cells with antibody labeling of nucleus (blue), mitochondria (green), and tubulin (red). Samples prepared by Jana Doehner, University of Zurich. Images by Irene Stellingwerf Cultured cell with actin labeling. By Kees Jalink & Leila Nahidiazar Brain – Zheng Gao Cultured cells with labeling of chromosomes (blue) and exosomes (red; small structures visible in the image on the right). Specimens by Gert van Capellen, images by Erik Manders. These images are special, because exosomes are not visible on regular confocal images! Neuron – by Christiaan Zeelenberg N1e-115 neuroblastoma cell with CFP-labelled actin. Image by Stan Hilt. Fly eye (left) and wing (right). Near-infrared imaging (autofluorescence, excited at 780 nm), by Ronald Breedijk. These were the very first images proving the working concept of Near-Infrared confocal. Indian Muntjac deer skin fibroblast cells, with antibody labeling of nucleus (blue), actin (green) and mitochondria (red). By Irene Stellingwerf.