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Developmental Biology

Life Science Research Application

Developmental biology is the study of how tissues or organs develop and form organisms. Model organisms such as Drosophila, Caenorhabditis elegans, zebrafish, or mice are typically used. To properly examine biological development, researchers must observe the fine structures of the tissue and the cells in detail while acquiring an overview of the sample. Our macro zoom microscope has a wide zoom magnification range, enabling seamless observation of the whole sample or tissue as well as the cells’ expression fluorescence. Our confocal laser scanning microscope delivers high-resolution, high signal-to-noise ratio, multicolor fluorescence images using a high-sensitivity spectral detector. The imaging software’s accurate image stitching function enables you to quickly locate target cells in the macro image and follow up with higher resolution imaging of the cell’s fine structures. The spinning disk confocal microscope is advantageous for imaging live samples due to its high-speed imaging with reduced phototoxicity.

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Microscope System/Frame

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IXplore Live
  • Utilize the Olympus real time controller for physiologically relevant data with minimal cell disturbance
  • Maintain cell viability while imaging with various environmental control options
  • Maintain focus accurately and reliably in time-lapse experiments with the Olympus hardware autofocus (Z-drift compensation) system
  • Discover the real shape of your cells with Olympus silicone immersion optics

IXplore Live

Precise Live Cell Imaging
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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

IXplore Spin

Confocal Imaging of Rapid Cell Dynamics
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FVMPE-RS
  • Maximized resolution and contrast with TruResolution objectives
  • High-speed imaging with resonant scanner
  • Extended IR multiphoton excitation up to 1300nm
  • Triple scanner option for multiphoton and visible light laser stimulation
  • Highly efficient transmission with 1600 optical coatings on multiphoton dedicated objectives and scanning unit
  • 4-axis auto-alignment of IR laser beams

FVMPE-RS

Multiphoton Laser Scanning Microscope
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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

FV3000

Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope
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SZX16
  • Advanced Model
  • Ultra-Wide Zoom Ratio (16.4:1) and High-Resolution
  • Advanced Fluorescence Observation

SZX16

Research Stereomicroscope System
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CKX53
  • Centering free phase contrast
  • Inversion contrast (IVC) technique provides clear three-dimensional views.
  • Fluorescence with 3 positions slider

CKX53

A Compact, Ergonomic Cell Culture Solution
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MVX10
  • Maximum fluorescence efficiency plus stereo observation
  • Optimized high NA optics with minimal autoflourescence
  • Seamless observation (4x to 125x) with zoom up to 31 times

MVX10

Fluorescence MacroZoom
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Cameras

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DP74
  • Deliver high quality color images of live specimens at full 60fps
  • New Position Navigator function enable us to know the location of interest easily even high magnification observation
  • Cooled CMOS sensor enables sharp florescence images with low noise

DP74

Color and Monochrome Camera
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DP22
  • 2.8-megapixel color CCD
  • Fast high-quality imaging for conferences and teaching
  • Fast USB3.0 connection

DP22

Color Camera
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DP27
  • 5 megapixel color CCD
  • High quality color and fidelity with high pixel resolution for documentation
  • Optimized contrast and color modes for brightfield observations

DP27

Color Camera
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DP80
  • 12.5 megapixel color image and 1.4 megapixel monochrome CCD
  • Fast motorized switch between color and monochrome sensors
  • Pixel precise overlay of color and monochrome images

DP80

Dual CCD Color and Monochrome Camera
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XM10
  • 1.4 Megapixel monochorome cooled CCD
  • Low noise and high sensitivity
  • Fast Live image speed

XM10

Monochrome Camera
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Software

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

cellSens

Solutions for life-science
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CKX-CCSW
  • Measurement for Non-stain Cultured Cells and Confluence
  • Less Risk for Contamination
  • Quick and Easy Operation
  • Improve Cell Culture Process Quality with Quantitative Analysis

CKX-CCSW

Confluency Checker
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Components

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Cell Counter model R1
  • Exclusive Software for Accurate Cell Counting
  • Innovative Autofocusing Liquid Lens Technology
  • User-Friendly Design

Cell Counter model R1

Automated Cell Counter
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