Azure Biosystems imagers cover the full spectrum of capabilities for documentation and quantitative analysis of gels, Western blots, slides, tissue samples, small animal models, plants and more.
Livecyte enables continuous non-invasive imaging and analysis to provide insights into cell populations that could be missed using other microscope systems.
A new non-invasive molecular imaging approach may help in identifying Alzheimer's disease at early stages so that treatment can begin as soon as possible.
Reveal complex individual cell behaviours and unlock unique insights in every assay.
Bio-Rad Laboratories has launched its GelDoc Go Imaging System — a personal benchtop system for the documentation of nucleic acid and protein gels, stain-free blots and gels, and colorimetric blots.
Researchers have used synchrotron light to study what happens to the nerves in diabetes, revealing the 3D structure of nerve fibres in very high resolution.
The technique presents an opportunity to put a 'stamp' on different consumer products, for anti-counterfeiting purposes.
Japanese researchers have developed an imaging technique that provides a highly detailed view of the insides of living cells in their natural state.
The Sapphire Biomolecular Imager from Azure Biosystems is a laser scanning system that provides users with good data quality through sensitive detection, ultrahigh resolution and broad linear dynamic range.
The TruLive3D Imager from Luxendo is optimised for fast 3D multisample imaging of delicate live specimens in their native 3D environment.
Brain imaging may be able to predict when a liquid biopsy would or would not produce clinically actionable information for glioblastoma patients.
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.
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.
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.
Researchers have developed a technique that provides real-time images of biomolecules in living cells — without the need for labels or contrast agents.