Capturing Biological Dynamics with Ease
Bruker's FastScanTM BioAFM has been built upon the world's most advanced large-sample AFM platform and includes specialised features for life science researchers. It has been specifically designed for high-resolution, live-sample observation of interacting molecules, membrane proteins, DNA protein binding, inter-cellular signalling and many other dynamic biological studies.
Image : AFM image sequence of the leading front of a migrating stem cell showing the formation of two extended lamellipodia. As the cell 'crawls' forward, membrane flows to the cell front filling in the space between the lamellipodia. Images were recorded every 40 seconds at a resolution of 512 x 128 pixels.
The Bruker Dimension FastScan Bio breaks long-standing barriers and provides ease-of-use capabilities for routine biological experimentation. These breakthroughs allow many more researchers to observe and study biomolecular structures and mechanisms.
FastScan Bio's high-resolution and high-speed scanning provide the best available Atomic Force Microscope for high resolution biological imaging enabling in-situ high resolution dynamic studies with nanoscale resolution for a rapidly evolving branch of biological research including the observation of molecules, proteins, DNA, RNA, living cell membranes and tissues, and many other dynamic studies. Download the datasheet.