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Neuroscience

Life Science Research Application

Neuroscience is the study of nerve function, structure, and development. Researchers need to observe single cells as well as the entire brain, on the surface and deep within the tissue. They also need to capture morphological changes and stimulus responses using living samples.

Olympus has a range of microscope solutions to meet the needs of neuroscience research. Our virtual slide scanner system offers the flexibility to view high-resolution digital imaging of the entire slide glass specimen at the same time as the magnified images. The FLUOVIEW confocal laser scanning microscopes enable continuous high-resolution multicolor fluorescence imaging and macro-to-micro observation through highly accurate image lamination. The spinning disk system is designed for live cell imaging with its confocal super resolution microscope, providing high-speed imaging with reduced phototoxicity. Our confocal microscopes capture the fine structure and morphological change of neurons and the deep structure of tissues with super resolution and clear three-dimensional images. They are also capable of capturing the high-speed responses of membrane potential and calcium sensitive dyes. Olympus also offers multiphoton laser scanning microscopes that can capture high-speed reactions and observe deep tissue.

Solutions for Neuroscience - Choose Your Configuration

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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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VS120
  • Quick whole slide scanning
  • Highest resolution scanning
  • Data management and remote access with NISSQL

VS120

Virtual Slide Microscopy
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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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IXplore SpinSR
  • Super resolution down to 120nm XY resolution
  • Prolonged cell viability in confocal time-lapse imaging due to less phototoxicity and bleaching
  • Switch between wide-field, confocal and super-resolution observations in the IXplore SpinSR system in one step
  • Accurate 3D reconstruction with Olympus silicone oil immersion objectives

IXplore SpinSR

Confocal Super Resolution for All Live Cell Samples
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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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