Scientists have created what they claim is one of the most detailed maps of breast cancer ever achieved, revealing how genetic changes shape the physical tumour landscape.
A molecule produced in the body when cocaine is ingested, benzoylecgonine, is essential in distinguishing those who have consumed the drug from those who have handled it.
The J-1500 CD spectrometer allows measurements with high signal-to-noise (S/N) ratio in the vacuum-UV region down to 163 nm.
Andor Technology has announced the launch of Sona 4.2B-6 — the latest model in the ultrasensitive back-illuminated Sona microscopy camera series. The product provides a balanced combination of sensitivity, speed and resolution, making it suited to the needs of challenging microscopy applications.
Combining image analysis with a 3D microscopy technique allows researchers to quantify new or little-understood cell biology phenomena, according to Swiss scientists.
Researchers have developed a technique that provides real-time images of biomolecules in living cells — without the need for labels or contrast agents.
The IR VIVO system from Photon etc. is a turnkey hyperspectral preclinical imager optimised for imaging in the second biological window of the near-infrared (NIR-II)/short-wave infrared (SWIR) range from 900–1620 nm.
Researchers have shown how a standard microscope can be adapted to provide even more information, thanks to the use of an innovative optical component and a reconstruction algorithm.
The Photometrics Kinetix back-illuminated sCMOS camera combines 95% quantum efficiency with a low 1.2 e- read noise to deliver a sensitive sCMOS camera at over 400 fps.
The ImageXpress Micro Confocal High-Content Imaging System, from Molecular Devices, is a scalable, high-performance, high-content screening solution that is designed to allow users to capture more data at greater depths for 3D and thick tissue samples.
A simple benchtop device for measuring the kinetics of gas-producing reactions provides accurate reaction profiles with over 3000 measurements.