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COHR LifeSciencesGuide0215revN 2lr.pdf

COHR LifeSciencesGuide0215revN 2lr.pdf

Genesis CX for 355 nm in the UV, high power Medical Diagnostics: · OBIS LX, OBIS LS and Sapphire lasers for visible wavelengths (375 nm to 785 nm) · OBIS LG for 355 nm in the UV · BioRay for stable, cost-effective compact systems Confocal Microscopy: · OBIS LX for high speed modulation · OBIS Fiber

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

Figure 2. The effectiveness of STED is clear in this pair of images of fluorescently tagged microtubuli in mammalian cells using a 577-nm Coherent Genesis laser to drive the STED effect: conventional confocal (left) and gated STED image (right). Image courtesy of Dr. Giuseppe Vicidomini and Dr.…

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

Figure 2. The effectiveness of STED is clear in this pair of images of fluorescently tagged microtubuli in mammalian cells using a 577-nm Coherent Genesis laser to drive the STED effect: conventional confocal (left) and gated STED image (right). Image courtesy of Dr. Giuseppe Vicidomini and Dr.…

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

Figure 2. The effectiveness of STED is clear in this pair of images of fluorescently tagged microtubuli in mammalian cells using a 577-nm Coherent Genesis laser to drive the STED effect: conventional confocal (left) and gated STED image (right). Image courtesy of Dr. Giuseppe Vicidomini and Dr.…

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

…ZMWs (see Fig. 2). According to Paul Lundquist, Senior Manager of Optical Engineering and Instrument Design at Pacific Biosciences, Coherent's Genesis technology was well suited for this application. "It is not difficult to generate a diffraction-limited spot from a laser beam, but the optical…

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

…ZMWs (see Fig. 2). According to Paul Lundquist, Senior Manager of Optical Engineering and Instrument Design at Pacific Biosciences, Coherent's Genesis technology was well suited for this application. "It is not difficult to generate a diffraction-limited spot from a laser beam, but the optical…

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

…ZMWs (see Fig. 2). According to Paul Lundquist, Senior Manager of Optical Engineering and Instrument Design at Pacific Biosciences, Coherent's Genesis technology was well suited for this application. "It is not difficult to generate a diffraction-limited spot from a laser beam, but the optical…

10.1.2016 10K

10.1.2016 10K

…power area, including such applications as the cutting, drilling and joining of a host of materials using our DIAMOND CO and CO2 lasers; Highlight fiber array product ("FAP") semiconductor lasers in OEM opportunities and direct end user applications with META cutting tools; applications including…

10.1.2016 10K

10.1.2016 10K

…power area, including such applications as the cutting, drilling and joining of a host of materials using our DIAMOND CO and CO2 lasers; Highlight fiber array product ("FAP") semiconductor lasers in OEM opportunities and direct end user applications with META cutting tools; applications including…

9.27.2014 10K

9.27.2014 10K

…The market for kW class fiber lasers has seen strong growth in recent years, replacing legacy multi-kW CO2 lasers in metal cutting and other applications. This trend will likely continue into the future. The favorable cost of ownership of high power diode and fiber lasers has expanded their…

9.27.2014 10K

9.27.2014 10K

…The market for kW class fiber lasers has seen strong growth in recent years, replacing legacy multi-kW CO2 lasers in metal cutting and other applications. This trend will likely continue into the future. The favorable cost of ownership of high power diode and fiber lasers has expanded their…

9.27.2014 10K

9.27.2014 10K

…The market for kW class fiber lasers has seen strong growth in recent years, replacing legacy multi-kW CO2 lasers in metal cutting and other applications. This trend will likely continue into the future. The favorable cost of ownership of high power diode and fiber lasers has expanded their…

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