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LabelMarker Advanced label marker and cutter

LabelMarker Advanced label marker and cutter

…for high-speed marking and cutting of labels The Label Marker Advanced offers high output through minimum marking and cutting times with a high performance laser. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE The LabelMarker Advanced is the optimum label marking and cutting solution for highest…

Laser Marking Systems

Laser Marking Systems

…and cutting of labels LabelMarker Advanced for high-speed marking and cutting of labels The LabelMarker Advanced is the optimum label marking and cutting solution for highest demands in performance and reliability. LME-RM modular laser marker workstation LME-RM modular laser marker workstation The…

Chameleon Discovery w/ Total Power Control

Chameleon Discovery w/ Total Power Control

…SHG and THG. A high power (3.5 W at 1040 nm), secondary output further allows simultaneous, multi-wavelength excitation of multiple fluorescent markers or photoactivation of optogenetics probes. The two outputs of the laser have phase-locked pulse trains, enabling CARS and SRS microscopy. Chameleon…

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

…(630 nm). In this way, the same reader might automatically map a genetically expressed fluorescent protein, a nuclear label like DAPI, a membrane stain, and a mitochondrial marker, all in the same fast measurement cycle. Related Products OBIS CORE LS OBIS LX/LS OBIS Galaxy Laser Combiner THz-Raman®…

SmartLaserModules.pdf

SmartLaserModules.pdf

…and affordability». Figure 1. Flow cytometry uses focused laser light to count cells according to fluorescent labels (fluorochromes) that bind to target proteins and other cell surface markers Figure 2. The benchtop NovoCyte from ACEA Biosciences is factory customizable and field configurable thanks…

Cytometer Benefits from Laser Modules.pdf

Cytometer Benefits from Laser Modules.pdf

…and affordability». Figure 1. Flow cytometry uses focused laser light to count cells according to fluorescent labels (fluorochromes) that bind to target proteins and other cell surface markers Figure 2. The benchtop NovoCyte from ACEA Biosciences is factory customizable and field configurable thanks…

Bio Photonics - July 2018

Bio Photonics - July 2018

…and
tdTomato. And we often use even a third
marker, for example UnaG (a protein derived from Japanese eel), which fluoresces
when it binds to bilirubin and allows us to
map hypoxia."
In addition to fluorescent labeling, the
team also breeds mice with individual

Femtosecond lasers for life science.pdf

Femtosecond lasers for life science.pdf

…such as SHG and THG. A high power, 1040 nm secondary output further
allows simultaneous, multi-wavelength excitation of multiple fluorescent markers or
photoactivation of optogenetics probes.
The two outputs of the laser have phase-locked pulse trains, both with low intensity noise…

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

…THG.
A high power, 1040 nm, secondary output further
allows simultaneous, multiwavelength excitation of
multiple fluorescent markers or photoactivation of
optogenetics probes.The two outputs of the laser
have phase-locked pulse trains, enabling CARS and
SRS microscopy.…

COHR RLScatalog 2017revA web.pdf

COHR RLScatalog 2017revA web.pdf

…THG.
A high power, 1040 nm, secondary output further
allows simultaneous, multiwavelength excitation of
multiple fluorescent markers or photoactivation of
optogenetics probes.The two outputs of the laser
have phase-locked pulse trains, enabling CARS and
SRS microscopy.…

LIT Lasers-LED NO2 Spectral-Brightness 1014.pdf

LIT Lasers-LED NO2 Spectral-Brightness 1014.pdf

…and markers, referred to as fluorophores or fluorochromes. These include stains that preferentially bind to different tissues and sub-cellular structures, indicators whose emission varies with chemical conditions (e.g., Ca2+ concentration, pH, membrane potential), fluorescently labeled antibodies…

Microsoft Word - Coherent Whitepaper-Raman and bacteria 4-2019

Microsoft Word - Coherent Whitepaper-Raman and bacteria 4-2019

…compositional information -
proteins, lipids, etc. - so it is a phenotype measurement, rather than the current tests based on
genotype markers. Furthermore, by using Raman to distinguish between replicating (i.e., vital)
and non-replicating cells, we can simultaneously determine the…

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