Nanolive 3D Cell Explorer-fluo fluorescence microscope

Thursday, 01 November, 2018 | Supplied by: AXT Pty Ltd


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The Nanolive 3D Cell Explorer-fluo combines fluorescence microscopy with high-resolution holo-tomographic microscopy, allowing users to non-invasively see how their cells function in response to various stimuli over long time periods. This ultimately gives researchers a comprehensive understanding of cellular behaviour and cell biology.

Using 3D holographic tomography microscopy pioneered by Nanolive, users can differentiate sub-cellular components in real time, enabling them to carry out dynamic behavioural studies of cells. Multichannel fluorescence microscopy is a well-respected technique in biology and its incorporation into the 3D Cell Explorer platform opens up several possibilities in scientific research and live cell imaging.

The Nanolive 3D Cell Explorer-fluo enables scientists to use up to four different fluorescent markers in parallel with the holo-tomographic imaging. This addition to the holo-tomographic image allows cellular researchers to correlative gene expression (via fluorescence) to provide deep insights into cellular functions at the organelle level.

The addition of these complementary imaging modalities within the one instrument results in a comprehensive imaging tool suited to stem cell research, drug development, cancer research and many other applications requiring detailed information on cellular responses.

For more information: https://www.axt.com.au/fluorescence-holographic-tomographic-microscopy-live-cell-imaging/.

Online: www.axt.com.au
Phone: 02 9450 1359
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