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Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015


Genesis a good fit."
At least in the short term, these thirdgeneration technologies will compete with
NGS, so it is worth noting a couple of interesting photonic advances to the dominant NGS techniques just described. One
development is to attach the oligonucleotide strands to…

Bio Photonics - November 2014

Bio Photonics - November 2014

…element. The light is then coupled
into the output fiber that terminates in an
FC/APC connector to enable simple connection into an experiment or instrument.
The laser inputs span the visible spectrum
and include legacy wavelengths such
as 488, 514 and 532 nm, as well as the…

Bio Photonics - OBIS Galaxy

Bio Photonics - OBIS Galaxy

…element. The light is then coupled
into the output fiber that terminates in an
FC/APC connector to enable simple connection into an experiment or instrument.
The laser inputs span the visible spectrum
and include legacy wavelengths such
as 488, 514 and 532 nm, as well as the…

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs


· Excellent beam and mode quality
· High power stability & low noise
· No "green problem"
· No thermal lensing
· Fiber coupling with high efficiency
· High reliability & lifetime due to
semiconductor design
· Modulation capability: directly up
to…

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