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Prospective MPX - First User-Friendly Multiphoton Microscope

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Prospective MPX - First User-Friendly Multiphoton MicroscopeThe first completely integrated two-photon microscope with built-in (tunable) femtosecond laser Ideal for e.g. biologists, neuroscientists, etc., who want to focus on their research not on optics. Fast installation, typically within 10 minutes ready to image. Easily movable to other locations (to use it in your home office or to bring it to your live animals) through the compact design. Open space under the objective to allow plenty of room for live animal cages or tanks. 180° rotatable scan-head, ideal for neuroscience or plant science. You can convert it in a few seconds from an upright into an inverted microscope and vice versa. Up to 4 PMTs. Optimized collection of fluorescence through a large collection angle and 2 inch detection optics. Optics prepared for 3-photon-imaging (low transmission losses up to 1720 nm). Widefield modality integrated and FLIM on request.


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