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Till Photonics Inc.’s iMIC-Andromeda imaging workstation combines a broad range of imaging applications. The modular approach enables integration of methods such as total internal reflection fluorescence, fluorescence recovery after photobleaching, photoactivation, epifluorescence, Förster resonance energy transfer, multiphoton, structured illumination and laser spinning disk confocal microscopy. Features include a modular concept for more configurations, automation to control complex experiments, C-mount, flexible software for changing needs, improved smoothness of rotation and integration of all major fluorescence techniques. The system scans at up to 10,000 rpm and is field-optimized for 9 x 9-mm CCD chips. It provides full motorized switching of all filters (10 excitation filters, 10 emission filters and five dichroic mirrors). At 60x, axial resolution is <800 nm, and lateral resolution is diffraction-limited. Excitation wavelength range is from 400 to 700 nm.

Oct 2010

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