The new physiology module of the Zeiss AxioVision 4.7 microscopy software enables cell and development biologists to enhance fluorescence signals and the suppress image noise, to support their FRET investigations.
Carl Zeiss is introducing the LSM 700 Laser Scanning Microscope which aims to set a new performance standard for entry-level confocal microscopy and uses proven modules from the world’s largest range of fluorescence and laser scanning microscope systems to offer flexibility in both application and system structure.
Carl Zeiss launches the Cell Observer SD, which fully integrates the CSU-X1 confocal scanning unit manufactured by Yokogawa Electric Corporation (Japan) and, for the first time, optimises the unit's features for the exacting requirements of live cell imaging.
With the introduction of the Laser TIRF 3 microscope system, Carl Zeiss enhances the capability of scientists to visualise near-cell membrane dynamic processes while maintaining optimum specimen incubation conditions.
The AxioVision Physiology software module from Carl Zeiss enables image capture and the measurement of physiological parameters in living cells both during microscopic observation (online) and afterwards (offline).
Carl Zeiss has introduced a Dual Camera module for the AxioVision image analysis software which is ideal for cell biologists, virologists and physiologists who examine fast intracellular processes with maximum resolution in both time and space.
The Carl Zeiss Primo Star iLED fluorescence microscope is capable of detecting tuberculosis pathogens four times faster and with 10 percent more sensitivity than traditional brightfield microscopes whilst offering a rugged, inexpensive and energy-efficient format especially useful for field clinics.
Microscope users already benefiting from faster, easier-to-use and intelligent microscope control and image evaluation following the introduction of the Carl Zeiss AxioVision 4.7 image analysis software can now profit from improved surface roughness and height measurements with the addition of an enhanced Topography module.
Carl Zeiss MicroImaging and the Lucy Whittier Molecular and Diagnostics Core Facility at UC Davis have started a collaboration in the development and implementation of Laser Capture Microscopy (LCM) methodology.
The new Carl Zeiss SlideCollector 48 for the PALM Microbeam and PALM CombiSystem has been developed to overcome one of the major problems inherent in the expression analysis of single cells which is the large amount of sample handling involved and the subsequent high risk of contamination as cells isolated and harvested using laser microdissection are manually transferred to an assay plate for expression analysis.
The Definite Focus module from Carl Zeiss offers a system for the Axio Observer.Z1 that can be used not only for the research of cell cultures in many biomedical applications such as cell biology, pharmacology, molecular genetics, developmental biology and the neurosciences, but also in basic research.
AxioVision ASSAYbuilder software from Carl Zeiss enables researchers to fully automate analysis of their captured images to obtain biomedically relevant information without having to devote time to the basics of image analysis.
The Carl Zeiss LSM 710 NLO Laser Scanning Microscope has been designed to provide biomedical researchers with improved femtosecond multiphoton technology that enables neurobiologists, developmental biologists, immunologists to examine complex biological systems without compromise.
Carl Zeiss MicroImaging's new Mirax Midi digital slide scanner features an innovative horizontal loading system that offers a reliable method of mounting both freshly cover-slipped slides and non-standard slides.
PALM Microlaser Technologies, a subsidiary of Carl Zeiss MicroImaging, has unveiled the PALM CapturePlate 96 - a microtitre plate to laser microdissection unit as a standard high throughput laboratory system.