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Microscope System Solution

The BX51WI is the ideal instrument for electrophysiological experiments, particularly when an excellent optical system for deep tissue imaging is required. The combination of a water-immersion objective lens with an exceptionally high NA and working distance along with IR-DIC enables unrivalled insights to be gained from specimens. IR-sensitive cameras for visualisation complete this powerful platform.

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Microscope System/Frame

FV3000

  • Available with either galvanometer-only (FV3000) or hybrid galvanometer/resonant (FV3000RS) scanner configurations
  • New highly efficient and accurate TruSpectral detection on all channels
  • Optimized for live cell imaging with high sensitivity and low phototoxicity
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IXplore Spin

  • Rapid and high-resolution confocal imaging with a spinning disk system
  • 3D confocal time-lapse imaging of live cells with less phototoxicity and bleaching
  • Precise 3D imaging with improved light collection using silicone oil immersion objectives
  • Upgrade to the IXplore SpinSR super resolution system depending on your research progress and/or budget
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VS120

  • Quick whole slide scanning
  • Highest resolution scanning
  • Data management and remote access with NISSQL
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FVMPE-RS

  • High-speed imaging with resonant scanner
  • Extended IR multiphoton excitation up 1300nm
  • Triple scanner option for multiphoton and visible light laser stimulation
  • High sensitivity with 1600 Coating in 25XMPE objectives and scanning unit
  • 4-axis auto-alignment of IR laser beams
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Software

cellSens

  • Modular Imaging software platform
  • Intuitive application driven user interface
  • Broad feature set ranging from simple snapshot to advanced multi-dimensional real-time experiments
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NoviSight

  • 3D image recognition from whole structure to sub-cellular
  • Statistical analysis
  • Variety of default assays
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