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The journal Nano Letters has recently published the article “Quantifying Local Molecular Tension Using Intercalated DNA...

Bionano fall user workshop

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Dynamic PET imaging and special focus in cardiac kinetic analysis

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A dramatic new concept in high resolution, inverted fluorescence microscopy

Mar 15, 2016

The Lumascope design was conceived and developed by working scientists who realized that a large proportion of everyday fluorescence microscopy involves imaging and measuring the presence, health, and signal of labeled cells. Traditional inverted microscopes are expensive, complicated, and loaded with features that are not required for these tasks. Lumascopes focus on: quality images, versatility, compact design, ease of use.

Lumascopes 500 visualize and capture high resolution images comparable to those from traditional, high-cost microscopes. Lumascopes utilize LED light sources, Semrock filters, advanced optical engineering, and CMOS sensors to provide near diffraction-limited (theoretical maximum) resolution. Powered only by its USB computer connection, the Lumascope 500 easily records your photos, time-lapse series, and videos directly to your computer. And its compact size enables working in challenging locations, including inside incubators, biological safety cabinets, and environmental control workstations.

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With a focus on portability, ease of use, high-quality imaging and fast frame-rate, Etaluma developed new concept in simple, low cost, and accessible fluorescence microscopy.

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