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Ti2 On Demonstration in Melbourne

We are currently demonstrating Nikon's new inverted microscope platform for advanced imaging, the Eclipse Ti2, in Melbourne. We have several demonstration sites arranged already in Melbourne's CBD. Please contact Rishi Raj to arrange to join one of our demonstrations, or to arrange to trial the Ti2 in your own laboratory. With its unparalleled 25mm field of view to the camera, the Ti2 revolutionises your workflow and throughput. Download the datasheet.

SR Image-Splitting Dichroic Beamsplitters

Semrock continue to offer the best image-splitting dichroics for super resolution microscopy. They now offer 3mm thick image-splitting dichroics with λ/5 RWE for minimal focus shift and optical wavefront aberrations of the reflected imaging beam. There are currently four available in this new range (509nm, 560nm, 580nm, 640nm), and will be more during the coming months. These dichroics can be used with much larger imaging beams up to 37mm diameter in custom size versions. Read more on Semrock's website.

Ex-Demo LED Illumination Unit for Sale

We are currently offering our ex-demo pE-300white light source for sale at a heavily reduced price. Contact us for further information.

CoolLED's pE-300white offers intense, broad-spectrum LED illumination for imaging most common fluorescent stains. It can be fitted directly to the microscope or specified with a liquid light guide. The system is a mercury-free alternative that is safer, more controllable, and repeatable than conventional high-pressure gas discharge illuminators. Download the datasheet.

Animal Temperature Controller

The ATC2000 Animal Temperature Controller from WPI is a low noise heating system for maintaining animal body temperature during experimental procedures. The DC heater is extremely quiet in terms of electromagnetic radiation. This is essential in electrophysiological recordings which are very sensitive to electromagnetic interference. Watch the video to learn more or download the datasheet.

Investigating First Virus Binding Steps on Living Cells with Atomic Force and Confocal Microscopes

In a recent 2016 paper published in Nature Nanotechnology (DOI: 10.1038/NNANO.2016.228), Professors David Alsteens and Daniel J. Müller show the first step binding events used by virus to infect living cells. By combining quantitative high resolution nanomechanical imaging with confocal microscope and an incubation cell, the group from Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering at ETH Zürich simultaneously probed the surface of the MDCK cell using fluorescently labelled TVA receptors and quantitatively map binding to single EnvA expressing RABV viruses.

To read more about this specific research click here. To learn more about how the Bruker BioScope Resolve with incubation chamber, Bruker's PeakForce QNM Live Cell techqniue and the Nikon confocal microscope product range may be applied to your research please contact us today.

Staff

Tony Bradshaw
Microscopy - ACT/NSW, NZ
(0419) 819 259 Email
Ben Hegarty
Microscopy - NSW (Metro)
(0410) 106 100 Email
Kieren McHugh
Microscopy - QLD
(0408) 744 166 Email
Paul Pearce
Microscopy - QLD
(0401) 278 860 Email
Andrew Marshall
Microscopy - NT, SA
(0418) 833 855 Email
Peter Langford
Microscopy - TAS
(0417) 572 878 Email
Rishi Raj
Microscopy - VIC
(0421) 545 661 Email
Ben Hibbs
Laser Microscopy - QLD, VIC
(0417) 117 881 Email
Brad Hope
Microscopy - WA
(0402) 956 881 Email
Melanie Kennerley
Microscopy Support NZ
(021) 480 044 Email
Dr Robert Woolley
Laser Microscopy Specialist
(021) 288 8636 Email
Tim Watts
WPI Sales
(08) 8150 5289 Email
Julia King
National Sales Administration
(08) 8150 5255 Email
Andrew Masters
Manager
(0439) 819 095 Email

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