Imaging of Live Cell, 3D, Deep Tissue, and Long-Term without compromised tissue viability, Whole Organ or Slice Imaging
The add-on device may be attached to the existing research microscope via a side port that incorporates a femtosecond laser (as shown in the picture). This state-of-the-art imaging tool uses a single scan multiphoton excitation (425 to 650 nm wavelength range) to deliver pixel level spectral resolution of complex, multi-color fluorescence samples. This technology can upgrade the imaging capability of a variety of microscopes, enabling it to achieve multi-photon microscope grade with 3D spatial resolution. This is the only scanning system that permits real-time quantitative analysis of a single molecule, molecular complexes, and their spatial distribution in living cells. This technology also allows fluorescence signals from co-localized molecules in a three-dimensional sample to be resolved spectrally by parallel detection of tens or hundreds of wavelengths using an EMCCD camera without the need of Confocal setup.
Dr. Valerica Raicu
Professor of Physics