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OBIS CORE LS Compact Laser

OBIS CORE LS Compact Laser

…in life sciences instruments. The first is the push for even smaller and more economical instruments, including the new generation of benchtop flow cytometers and novel point of care analyzers. The second is the increasing use of multiple laser wavelengths in a single instrument. Datasheet OBIS CORE…

Cytometer Benefits from Laser Modules.pdf

Cytometer Benefits from Laser Modules.pdf

…lasers enables next generation benchtop flow cytometers, such as the NovoCyteTM flow cytometers from ACEA Biosciences, to combine high performance and customizable functionality, yielding a highly cost effective cell analysis platform Flexible benchtop cytometer benefits from smart laser modules…

SmartLaserModules.pdf

SmartLaserModules.pdf

…lasers enables next generation benchtop flow cytometers, such as the NovoCyteTM flow cytometers from ACEA Biosciences, to combine high performance and customizable functionality, yielding a highly cost effective cell analysis platform Flexible benchtop cytometer benefits from smart laser modules…

Tecnolab Cytometry 2016.pdf

Tecnolab Cytometry 2016.pdf

…derive from design principles originally established with the Optical Plankton Analyzer (OPA), a big flow cytometer we developed for Amsterdam University almost 30 years ago, such as the large 1 mm2 flow cell. Still aiming at natural plankton assemblages containing cells from small to large, up to…

COHR OBIS CellX DS 0117 3.pdf

COHR OBIS CellX DS 0117 3.pdf

…used to optimize the beams to your target requirements. For example, CellX can be aligned to give flexible patterns of focused stripes in a flow cytometer. Using the same optical Cores that are at the heart of Coherent's OBIS suite of lasers, CellX delivers best-in-class optical performance and…

COHR OBIS CellX DS 0719 4.pdf

COHR OBIS CellX DS 0719 4.pdf

…used to optimize the beams to your target requirements. For example, CellX can be aligned to give flexible patterns of focused stripes in a flow cytometer. Using the same optical Cores that are at the heart of Coherent's OBIS suite of lasers, CellX delivers best-in-class optical performance and…

Bio Photonics - February/March 2018

Bio Photonics - February/March 2018

…by the demand for instruments to support increased clinical lab testing. This has led to the development of a new generation of benchtop flow cytometers with an emphasis on lower cost and streamlined operation. This is, in turn, supported by compact, cost-effective optically pumped semiconductor…

Sapphire-Advantages-Summary.pdf

Sapphire-Advantages-Summary.pdf

…operator subjectivity in
production, yield superior unit-to-unit consistency. This
can be highly beneficial, for example, in a flow
cytometer where field-replacement of a laser head is
relatively simple and does not require cumbersome and
intensive re-alignment of the beam…

LIT Lasers-LED NO2 Spectral-Brightness 1014.pdf

LIT Lasers-LED NO2 Spectral-Brightness 1014.pdf

…output is blocked by this
optic.
The situation is even worse when multiple
fluorochromes are being interrogated, as in many flow
cytometers. This configuration can easily be handled
using multiple lasers as previously described, but, with
LEDs, the situation is more…

eLP11-02-56  Coherent

eLP11-02-56 Coherent


multifaceted flexibility of a typical flow cytometer. This trend dovetails with the increasing use of microfluidic instruments,
often called >lab on a chip<, which also enable much smaller instruments than are
possible with legacy flow technology
Lasers vs. LEDs
High…

Laser Focus World - August 2016

Laser Focus World - August 2016

…dominate flow cytometry
in the 1980s. Over time, however, the
ongoing evolution of highly reliable and
compact air-cooled argon lasers enabled
construction of smaller (though still massive compared with today's offerings) and
less-expensive cytometers. These cytometers had…

Photonics Spectra - July 2015

Photonics Spectra - July 2015

…fluorescence excitation
source. Cytometers that employ sources
having a larger number of wavelengths
over a broader spectral region can
perform a more extensive analysis of a
sample in a shorter time. Currently,
cytometers that use 10 or more separate
wavelengths…

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