Gauravi gained a PhD from the Indian Institute of Science, which was followed by post-doctoral work at the Max Planck Institute for Cell Biology and Genetics, Germany. She works as an imaging scientist at the Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland, Ohio. Her expertise includes live-cell imaging and confocal microscopy.
Articles by Gauravi Deshpande
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Are you wanting to study cell migration and need a way to quantify it? A wound healing assay is one of the earliest and simplest in-vitro assays developed to study cell migration. Collective cell migration is a characteristic behaviour seen in wound repair, cancer invasion, cancer metastasis, immune response, angiogenesis and embryonic morphogenesis. Depending on…
Achieving publication-quality immunofluorescence images can get tricky and it’s therefore important to ensure you have the right controls for immunofluorescence.