The pE-800fura LED microscope illuminator, from CoolLED, enables ultrafast calcium imaging, pH monitoring, ratiometric fluorescence, FRET and routine fluorescence microscopy.
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.
Using Livecyte, researchers were able to perform long-term timelapse imaging whilst automatically segmenting and tracking cells in their heterogeneous prostate cell cultures.
The IRIS PET/CT scanner, by Inviscan, is dedicated to in vivo preclinical imaging research on small animals such as mice and rats.
The MagRes from Blackrock Microsystems is a single-unit, analog recording, MRI-compatible headstage available for small animal and non-human primate researchers.
The 5.7 MP back-illuminated Kinetix22 scientific CMOS (sCMOS) camera from Teledyne Photometrics delivers high speed, high dynamic range and low noise imaging with an optimised field of view for microscopes and other optical devices.
Researchers have developed a method that uses multifocal images to reconstruct the movement of fast biological processes in 3D.
How much time do you spend finding the right exposure settings for Western blots? Find out how the right CCD imager can help you work more efficiently.
The X-CLARITY system and reagents offer a stress-free, step-by-step approach for tissue clearing.
A standalone platform and voice-controlled DNA/protein gel workstation, the Uvidoc HD6 is suitable for crowded labs where automation, ease of use and high sensitivity are required.
The 10.2 MP back-illuminated Kinetix sCMOS camera from Teledyne Photometrics delivers fast speed and large field of view with balanced pixel size and 95% quantum efficiency.
Nonlinear optical microscopy was used to analyse historic 13th-century parchment manuscripts belonging to the renowned collection at the Chartres Library.
A new imaging technology combines magnetic particle imaging (MPI) with computed tomography (CT) and hyperthermia capabilities for preclinical, in vivo research.
The fluorescence live-cell imaging systems are suitable for comparative studies, with the ability to directly compare fluorescently labelled cell cultures.
The imaging methodology combines position emission tomography (PET) with an external motion tracking device to create highly detailed images of the brain.