Cell Lab Quanta compact flow cytometry system combines Coulter volume measurement with two-color fluorescence capabilities for accurate, multi-parameter cell counting and sizing.
Pronouncements of the “post genomic age” notwithstanding, genome sequencing is as relevant today as before the Human Genome Project began seventeen years and $2.7 billion ago. If the promise of genomics is ever to be realized, then clearly the most challenging sequencing work lies.
Sequencing-by-synthesis using fluorescent nucleotides
Improved NMR Use for Biological Solids
Specific gene is key to activation
Analysts points to basis to success
A direct approach to fighting toxins
Proves computer-driven gene prediction
The Prior NZ100 Nanopositioning Piezo Z Stage is designed for researchers utilizing deconvolution and 3D imaging and features 100 μm travel, one nanometer repeatability and closed loop control utilizing a sub-angstrom resolution Piezo resistive sensor.
AxioCam MRc5 color digital camera is equipped with a 5-megapixel CCD sensor, FireWire and flexibility in read-out modes. The camera offers true color images for applications in pathology, histology, cytology and biology. The 5 mega pixel, 36-bit RGB color depth camera is based on CCD sensors.
BioDoc-It gel documentation system incorporates all the components required for image capture, preview, and save capabilities. A separate computer is not required. Images are acquired with a monochrome CCD camera. Live preview of images is provided on a 6.4 LCD screen.
Offered for large field-of-view, low magnification(macro) fluorescence documentation and digital
ChemiGeniusXE 3 multi-purpose image analysis system incorporates a computer-controlled darkroom with auto-lock sliding doors that houses a 3.2 million pixel resolution, 16 bit CCD camera for separation of images with close bands or spots.
P-540 series microscopy nano-focusing Z-stages easily integrate into high-resolution microscopes and other probing instruments. They provide fast motion to 100 μm in the Z-direction with sub-nanometer resolution in an ultra low-profile package (16.5 mm ~5/8 inch).
MacroFire monochrome camera incorporates a 4-megapixel CCD measuring 21.4 mm in diagonal with 2048 × 2048 pixels that are 7.4 × 7.4 microns square, with a 40,000 electron well depth. This is the optimal size for low-light photomicrography imaging.