The LDI (laser diode illuminator) is a multiline, solid-state laser illuminator offering up to 1000 mW of output power via a multimode fibre.
NanoString's breakthrough spatial profiling technology, GeoMx, is designed to dig deep into protein and gene expression directly from mounted tissue sections.
Cardiac optical mapping has become an important fluorescent imaging technique in the study of the electrical properties of multicellular cardiac preparations, especially in terms of investigating the mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmias.
A prototype medical imaging device can produce images down to resolutions of 1 to 2 µm — detailed enough to spot the first signs of tumours in specific cells.
Nikon's Digital Sight 1000 is an economical colour camera that can directly display high-definition microscope images on a full HD display without using a PC.
Researchers have discovered a way to more accurately analyse microscopic samples by essentially making them 'glow in the dark'.
Researchers have designed a fluid that works like a luminous ink to obtain very sharp images of damaged tissues, organs and cartilages in diagnostic tests.
Whatever type of imaging your lab does, the Sapphire Biomolecular Imager from Azure Biosystems will deliver outstanding, quantitative detection with NIR and RGB fluorescence, chemiluminescence and phosphor imaging.
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.