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Live-cell imaging

Nov 2006
Nikon Instruments Inc.Request Info
Designed to enable users with minimal experience to perform live-cell imaging, the BioStation IM produced by Nikon Instruments Inc. combines an inverted microscope with a vibration-damping chassis and a cooled, digital CCD camera with a cell incubator that regulates temperature, humidity and gas concentrations, all in an enclosed workstation that is designed to eliminate thermal and mechanical drift. Offering local and remote operation from a network, and motorized stage movement in the X-, Y- and Z-directions, it can perform time-lapse, phase contrast and multichannel epifluorescence imaging in the X-Y plane. It images at 20x, 40x and 80x magnification with an NA of 0.80 for glass-bottom dishes and at 10x, 20x and 40x magnification with an NA of 0.50 for plastic-bottom dishes. The system is suitable for applications in regenerative or clinical medicine, drug discovery, toxicology, and genomic and proteomic research


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