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    • Photon Counting Measurement
    • WITec
    • StrobeLock is a time-correlated single-photon counting measurement option. The imaging modes include fluorescence lifetime imaging and time-resolved luminescence microscopy, which can be integrated with the alpha300 and alpha500 microscope series.
    • HCS Station
    • Olympus
    • The scan^R 2.4 high-content screening station is based upon the IX3 inverted microscope frame. The updated screening station can now be incorporated with the fully automated IX83, combining a modular frame design with scan speed. This new system ca
    • Transmission Electron Microscope
    • FEI
    • The Talos™ TEM system is designed to provide high-resolution, high-throughput imaging along with energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy analysis. It can be used to characterize biological and biomaterials samples, detailing macromolecular structures,
    • Online Fluorescence Microscopy Tool
    • Leica Microsystems
    • FluoScout is an online tool that can recommend a filter cube, or set of optical filters, to users of fluorescence microscopes. Once a filter cube is matched with a light source and fluorophores, it is possible to maximize the excitation and efficie
    • Microscope Filter Wheel Deck
    • Prior Scientific
    • The HF108IX3 filter wheel deck is designed for the Olympus IX3 inverted microscope systems. The HF108IX3 provides a compact high-speed filter wheel option, accommodating up to eight 32 mm diameter filters. The unit is mounted below the nosepiece, w
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