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Live cell imaging with control of temperature, humidity and CO2, O2more details »
A Leica upright microscope, high quality objectives from 10x - 63x. In addition, the scan head can be attached to inverted microscope if required by prior arrangement.more details »
High-resolution spectral confocal, with a single detection channel and four lasers that can be used for sequential imaging of multiple fluorophores.more details »
Total Internal Reflection confocal with SIM scanner and perfect focus.more details »
Combined with the high speed 12 kHz scanner and the largest field of view the TCS SP8 is the perfect tool for multiphoton microscopy.more details »
A Zeiss LSM 710 inverted confocal microscope with a wide range of excitation lasers.more details »
A Leica SP2 upright confocal microscope with a wide range of excitation lasers.more details »
3 Colour, incl Violet and visible microscopemore details »
Spinning Disk Confocalmore details »
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Main applications: Fixed tissue/cells and short term live cell imagingmore details »
Selection and collection of clustered or single cells, chromosome spreads and tissue sections for downstream analysis or live culturemore details »
A Leica fixed stage upright microscope with temperature and CO2 controlled Ludin chamber, AOBS spectral scan head and 10x - 63x long working distance water immersion objectivesmore details »
A Leica upright microscope with temperature controlled Ludin Chamber, high quality objectives and motorised xyz stage.more details »
Main Applications: Fixed tissue preparations, (e.g., wholemount retinae), and cells.more details »
Main Applications: Suitable for fixed cells and tissue preparations.more details »
Main Applications: Fixed cells and tissue preparations.more details »
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