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Live Cell Imaging

March 1, 2008 | Nikon Instruments has launched two new confocal laser scanner systems: the fully automated A1 and the high specification A1R. The two models allow the capture of biological processes at high resolution. The A1 uses conventional paired galvanometers to produce high resolution images, while the A1R uses a hybrid scanner system to enable ultra-high-speed imaging with simultaneous photo-activation and imaging of live cell systems. Higher signal to noise imaging is achieved with both models thanks to a 30% increase in signal capture. Both feature NIC-Elements software for image capture, processing, and analysis.

Product: A1 Series Microscopy

Company: Nikon Instruments

Available: Now

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