Telight Q-Phase is a patented type of holographic microscope with high detection sensitivity.
Q-Phase represents an ideal solution for experts who desire precise automated segmentation of individual unstained cells for subsequent data analysis. Q-Phase easily transforms cell features and dynamics into numerical data ideal for comparisons, correlations, and more detailed statistics.
Q-Phase is a quantitative label-free live-cell imaging system – ideal if you desire reliable automated segmentation and analysis of cell behavior. It is a holographic microscope optimized for real-time monitoring of living cells with minimal phototoxicity.
Tomocube’s Holotomography (HT) technology provides label-free 4D quantitative imaging solutions for imaging and analyzing cells and tissues. Without using any preparation including fixation, transfection, or staining, details of dynamics and mechanisms of live cells, subcellular organelles, and tissue structures can be seen. HT not only enables observation of nanoscale, real-time results based on quantitative phase imaging (QPI) but also provides quantitative information of cells and organelles.
Real-Time Confocal for wide field of view, improved image quality and high speed live cell imaging
The VisiScope-Real-Time Confocal System can be either based on Yokogawa CSU-X1 or CSU-W1 scan head
COMPLETE CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE FOR LIVE CELL IMAGING.
Introducing the Aurox Unitylife, a new breed of all-in-one, compact laser-free confocal microscope system designed for ease of access and ease of use in your laboratory, at your bench.
Unity brings together in one fully integrated, compact and easy to use microscope, everything you need for live-cell confocal imaging.
UPGRADE YOUR MICROSCOPE TO CONFOCAL
Introducing the Aurox Clarity, the compact, easy and affordable route to laser-free confocal imaging using your existing fluorescence microscope.
Clarity packs 15 years of Aurox confocal microscopy and optical technology into the World’s most compact, high performance confocal imager.
From conventional to super-resolution microscopy
LiveCodim is a universal, super-resolution imaging platform, designed to interface with any standard fluorescence microscope. It is the solution for live imaging with high resolution and low phototoxicity.
For Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence
The Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF) technique is the ideal method for observations of cells close to the coverslip surface. By total reflection of the excitation light (typically laser) at the coverslip / medium interface, the fluorescence emission is limited to a very thin space in the vicinity of the glass surface.
The VisiScope Widefield microscopy system is based on a digital color or monochrome camera and VisiView Imaging Software. Any microscopy peripheral can be extended such as a LED illumination, Filter-Wheels, motorized XY stage, Piezo focus device etc.. Sure the system can also be offered including the standard microscope from Zeiss, Leica, Nikon or Olympus. As a product independent manufacturer, Visitron Systems GmbH offers the most flexibility in microscope imaging systems.
Volocity 4D Image Analysis Software enables you to make discoveries and answer complex questions that are beyond the limitations of 2D
The Glissando Desktop Scanner delivers fast, high-quality whole slide image acquisition in an affordable package. The compact footprint and simple, intuitive user interface make the Glissando Desktop Scanner the ideal platform for quick scanning of standard microscope slides.
High Performance Calcium, Ion and FRET Imaging
The measurement of intracellular ion concentration, calcium, pH etc. with ratiometric dyes like Fura-2 or BCECF is one of the main applications of the VisiFluor ratio imaging system. But not only high speed ratio images can be acquired, also single wavelength images of dyes like calcium green, fluo-3 etc. are possible for on-line image recording.
Is Vibration Free Operation Really So Important?
Is Vibration Free Operation Really So Important? Well an increasing number of scientists think so. Their experiments really demand it. For more demanding techniques, such as Super Resolution Microscopy,