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Heater solution

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JPK.jpgJPK Instruments AG has unveiled a petri dish heater solution for live-cell imaging. Measurement techniques may be applied at temperatures up to 60 °C with 0.1 °C precision. Compatible with the company’s NanoWizard BioAFM and CellHesion product lines, the system offers perfusion control employing standard syringe pumps and gas flow of carbon dioxide. Suitable for use with plastic and glass-bottom 35-mm petri dishes, the instrument may be used in applications such as fluorescence, transmission illumination, AFM imaging and cell mechanics studies.


BioPhotonics
Dec 2008
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