CV1000 designed for long-term time lapse imaging
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Olympus is offering the CV100, an medium-to-high-throughput live cell imaging system from Yokogawa.
Olympus will offer the compact, spinning-disk laser confocal microscope, which isdesigned for long-term time-lapse imaging, to scientists in the US and Canada.
The compact solution provides the same high-end image quality of a traditional confocal system, but without the need for a highly trained imaging expert or a darkroom.
It is optimised for researchers working in biopharma or biotechnology; embryology; stem cell biology; cancer studies; cell biology; cell differentiation, proliferation, or migration; developmental biology; plant studies; and others whose work requires medium-to-high-throughput imaging, using 96- or 384-well plates.
The spinning-disk system offers lower levels of photobleaching and a hybrid of laser-based and contrast-based autofocus, which makes it ideal for multipoint time-lapse studies that require imaging over hours or days.
- The benchtop system’s intuitive, straightforward software
- Accurate position reproducibility and precise environmental controls
- Users can select from two pinhole sizes to optimize resolution for both low and high magnifications
The system can accommodate any of six Olympus dry or oil-immersion objectives ranging from 10x to 100x, as well as the unique 30x and 60x silicone objectives
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