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CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

…viewing fluorescence through the bulk of the sample." Multiple "Simultaneous" Laser Wavelengths The mechanisms controlling the binding of regulatory proteins to actin filaments are quite complex as already noted. To better understand these processes, the Mullins lab is consequently using…

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

…viewing fluorescence through the bulk of the sample." Multiple "Simultaneous" Laser Wavelengths The mechanisms controlling the binding of regulatory proteins to actin filaments are quite complex as already noted. To better understand these processes, the Mullins lab is consequently using…

Chameleon Vision S whitepaper.pdf

Chameleon Vision S whitepaper.pdf

…the laser tuning range, with multi-beam systems and with high-loss microscopes. Finally, the use of an 18 Watts pump laser provides Chameleon lasers with substantial design headroom. This means that the higher output power of the Chameleon models is achieved with a conservative use of diode and…

Chameleon Vision S whitepaper.pdf

Chameleon Vision S whitepaper.pdf

…the laser tuning range, with multi-beam systems and with high-loss microscopes. Finally, the use of an 18 Watts pump laser provides Chameleon lasers with substantial design headroom. This means that the higher output power of the Chameleon models is achieved with a conservative use of diode and…

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final  Oct2015.pdf

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final Oct2015.pdf

…a 8 fs pulsewidth - see figure 1. (In a series of earlier experiments, these pulses were generated from a fiber laser [2].) In addition, the time-averaged signal is mapped in the frequency domain by means of a dispersive monochromator equipped with an InGaAs diode array and a silicon CCD. Together…

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final  Oct2015.pdf

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final Oct2015.pdf

…a 8 fs pulsewidth - see figure 1. (In a series of earlier experiments, these pulses were generated from a fiber laser [2].) In addition, the time-averaged signal is mapped in the frequency domain by means of a dispersive monochromator equipped with an InGaAs diode array and a silicon CCD. Together…

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final  Oct2015.pdf

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final Oct2015.pdf

…a 8 fs pulsewidth - see figure 1. (In a series of earlier experiments, these pulses were generated from a fiber laser [2].) In addition, the time-averaged signal is mapped in the frequency domain by means of a dispersive monochromator equipped with an InGaAs diode array and a silicon CCD. Together…

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