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LIT BioPhotonics OBIS-GALAXY TIRF-Microscopy 0915.pdf

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38 BioPhotonics · September 2015
(30 fps) in order to follow critical binding
processes." He added, "Digitally controllable diode or solid-state lasers, hardware
sequencing electronics and quad-band
optical filters make it possible to achieve
nearly simultaneous multicolor…

Bio Photonics - July 2018

Bio Photonics - July 2018

32 BioPhotonics · July/August 2018 32 BioPhotonics · May/June 2017 Fluorescence Microscopy Unravels Morphogenesis, Function of Lymph System Researchers are targeting a comprehensive understanding of lymphatic vessels with potential implications for improved treatment. BY MARCO ARRIGONI, COHERENT…

Bio Photonics - April 2018

Bio Photonics - April 2018

22 BioPhotonics · April 2018 22 BioPhotonics · May/June 2017 Multiphoton Microscopy Sets the Standard for Live-Cell Imaging Tunable ultrafast lasers enable 3D imaging and research applications ranging from neuroscience to improved understanding of stem cell transplantation. BY DARRYL MCCOY AND MARCO…

Bio Photonics - July/August 2017

Bio Photonics - July/August 2017

37 BioPhotonics · July/August 2017 Life Sciences Evolving With Confocal Microscopy Confocal microscopy has traditionally been limited in its capabilities. But now, advances in optics technology are expanding its life sciences efficacy. BY JUSTINE MURPHY, SENIOR EDITOR Confocal microscopy is not a…

Bio Photonics - October 2014

Bio Photonics - October 2014

24 BioPhotonics · October 2014 Optogenetics Advances Ultrafast Lasers Genetically encoded probes are driving the development of customized lasers for this red-hot area of neuroscience. BY DR. NIGEL GALLAHER, DARRYL MCCOY AND MARCO ARRIGONI, COHERENT INC. The growing array of genetically encoded…

Bio Photonics - February/March 2018

Bio Photonics - February/March 2018

…deliver
a superior beam quality that does not
depend on output power. A comparison
can be found in the August 2014 issue of
BioPhotonics in an article titled "Streamlined Lasers Enable Lower Cost Instruments than LEDs."
Here, the most interesting trend is in
packaging:…

Bio Photonics - November 2014

Bio Photonics - November 2014

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BioPhotonics · November 2014
3-D structure to roughly simulate the
shape of a real esophagus.
Figure 3 shows typical image data
from the study, together with a graphical
illustration to simplify the interpretation
of the images.8 "These data show that our

Bio Photonics - OBIS Galaxy

Bio Photonics - OBIS Galaxy

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BioPhotonics · November 2014
3-D structure to roughly simulate the
shape of a real esophagus.
Figure 3 shows typical image data
from the study, together with a graphical
illustration to simplify the interpretation
of the images.8 "These data show that our

Bio Photonics - May / June 2015

Bio Photonics - May / June 2015

25 BioPhotonics · May/June 2015 Femtosecond Pulses: Control Is Key to New Discoveries From microscopy to micromanipulation, femtosecond pulses are broadening their reach throughout the photonics research world. To fully realize their potential, precise pulse control is critical. BY MARIE FREEBODY…

Bio Photonics - October 2015

Bio Photonics - October 2015

40 BioPhotonics · October 2015 MPEF Microscopy Shines Best on Living Samples Multiphoton excitation fluorescence (MPEF) microscopy, an optical imaging technology that's vital to the life sciences, is advancing as quickly as its applications. The technique is on track to transition to clinical uses…

Bio Photonics - February / March 2015

Bio Photonics - February / March 2015

…nm, this combination greatly
increased the number of neurons that
could be stimulated, as noted by researchers in our October 2014 BioPhotonics
article "Optogenetics Advances Ultrafast
Lasers."
A more streamlined solution for many
optogenetics applications is the latest…

Bio Photonics - September 2015

Bio Photonics - September 2015

38 BioPhotonics · September 2015
(30 fps) in order to follow critical binding
processes." He added, "Digitally controllable diode or solid-state lasers, hardware
sequencing electronics and quad-band
optical filters make it possible to achieve
nearly simultaneous multicolor…

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