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Nikon N-SIM E Super Resolution Microscope

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Nikon N-SIM E Super Resolution Microscope

Nikon N-SIM E Super Resolution Microscope

Introducing an all-new super-resolution system for the individual lab. Achieve 2x resolution at half the price !

Nikon

Utilising structured illumination microscopy (SIM) technology, the N-SIM E realises double the spatial resolution of conventional optical micrsocopes (to approximately 115nm*). N-SIM E is a streamlined, affordable super-resolution system supporting only essential, commonly used excitation wavelengths and imaging modes, making it an obvious choice for individual labs.

The N-SIM E utilises Nikon's innovative new approach to "structured illumination microscopy" technology. By pairing this powerful technology with Nikon's renowned CFI SR Apochromat TIRF 100x oil objective (NA 1.49), the N-SIM E nearly doubles the spatial resolution of conventional optical microscopes (to approximately 115nm*), and enables detailed visualisation of the minute intracellular structures and their interactive functions.

For further information please contact us or download the datasheet.

 

Double the resolution of conventional microscopes

Left: Super-resolution image (Slice 3D-SIM mode)
Right: Conventional widefield image
Microtubules in B16 Melanoma cell labeled with YFP
Objective: CFI Apochromat TIRF 100x oil (NA 1.49)
Image capturing speed: approximately 1.8sec/frame (movie)
Photographed with the cooperation of Dr Yasushi Okada, Laboratory for Cell Polarity Regulation,Quantitative Biology Centre, RIKEN


Left: Super-resolution image (Slide 3D-SIM mode)
Right: Conventional widefield image
Endoplasmic reticulum (ER) in living HeLa cell labeled with GFP
Objective: CFI Apochromat TIRF 100x oil (NA 1.49)
Image capturing speed: approximately 1.5 sec/frame (movie)
Photographed with the cooperation of: Dr Ikuo Wada, Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Fukushima Medical University School of Medicine

* Excited with 488nm laser, in 3D-SIM mode

                                              

N-SIM E brochure                                                         Read more on Nikon's website