ZL41 Cell is the next generation in the Zyla sCMOS series from Andor, making it possible to transform a normal fluorescence microscope into a super-resolution microscope.
According to SMi, the patented technology consists of highly specialised optics that allow the company to view single molecules at unprecedented resolution.
The pco.edge 4.2 back-illuminated sCMOS monochrome camera comes with high resolution of 2048 x 2048 pixels, a 6.5 x 6.5 μm2 pixel size for high-quality images and quantum efficiency up to 95%.
Using MRI as a screening test alongside prostate specific antigen (PSA) density allows detection of cancers that would have been missed by the blood test alone.
Scientists wanted to determine which imaging modality — amyloid PET, glucose metabolism PET or tau PET — would best predict future cognitive decline due to Alzheimer's disease.
The Evolve 16 is a high-resolution, back-illuminated EMCCD camera from Teledyne Imaging providing the highest sensitivity in the Evolve range for low-light applications such as single molecule imaging, TIRF microscopy and more.
Scientists have demonstrated that a terahertz wave camera can capture 3D images of microscopic items hidden inside small objects, in what is reported to be a world first.
Japanese researchers claim to have developed the world's fastest camera capable of detecting fluorescence from single molecules.
Grace Bio-Labs' CoverWell imaging chambers are designed to stabilise and support thick and free-floating specimens for confocal microscopy and imaging applications.
Researchers have found that speckle structured illumination endoscopy can provide high-resolution images with a wide field of view and a large depth of field.
An Australian research team has succeeded in introducing a vascular system into tiny beating model human heart muscles.
French researchers are using a new, non-invasive technique to visualise microvasculature in donor hearts and detect abnormal blood flow.
The Excelitas pco.edge 6.2 LE sCMOS camera is optimised to realise long exposure times from milliseconds to minutes or even up to one hour.
The Evolve 10 is a high-resolution, back-illuminated EMCCD camera from Teledyne Imaging providing high sensitivity for low-light applications.
Researchers used a non-invasive imaging method to better study atherosclerosis in mice, which helps them to better understand and treat narrowing of blood vessels.