We've updated our Privacy Policy to make it clearer how we use your personal data.

We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. You can read our Cookie Policy here.

Advertisement

Automated Microscope for Gentle and Fast Confocal 4D Imaging


Want a FREE PDF version of this product news?

Complete the form below and we will email you a PDF version of "Automated Microscope for Gentle and Fast Confocal 4D Imaging"

Listen with
Speechify
0:00
Register for FREE to listen to this article
Thank you. Listen to this article using the player above.
Read time:
 

The ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 is a fully integrated high-end imaging system with various incubation and detection options. It combines the automation of a boxed microscope with the image quality and flexibility of a classic inverted research microscope.  To get better data from three-dimensional samples, it is now possible to add ZEISS LSM 900 with Airyscan 2 for confocal imaging.

Connecting widefield and confocal – the best of both worlds

Life sciences research often calls for optical sectioning to image samples with best possible contrast and resolution. By adding ZEISS LSM 900 with Airyscan 2 to ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7, users get the ease-of-use and automation from a fully integrated microscope platform and the confocal image quality and flexibility of the ZEISS LSM 9 family with Airyscan 2. The new Multiplex mode allows the user to perform superresolution 3D imaging with up to 1.5x higher resolution. Additionally, researchers can easily separate multiple labels with spectral imaging.

A flexible, integrated microscope

ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 simplifies the laboratory setup and makes work more comfortable. All components are optimized for hassle-free automated imaging. New users and multi-user facilities can experience the in-built automation and usability features when setting up complex experiments. This can improve data quality in less time, with less training and maintenance. As the user’s requirements grow, they can expand ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 with confocal technology, external cameras, deconvolution, and additional environmental control – whatever they need for the challenge of live cell observation.


Advertisement