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sCMOS Microscope Camera
Ultramicrotome for array tomography
The THUNDER Imager Model Organism allows fast and easy 3D exploration of whole organisms for developmental or molecular biology research.
Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy System
Transmitted Light Bases
THUNDER Imagers provide you with a solution for advanced 3D cell culture assays, whether you want to study stem cells, spheroids, or organoids.
4.2 MP cooled monochrome fluorescence scmos camera for advanced applications like high-speed live cell imaging, FRAP, and ratio measurement
The THUNDER Imager Tissue allows real-time fluorescence imaging of 3D tissue sections typically used in neuroscience and histology research.
Fluorescence light sources
Cooled 2.8 megapixel digital microscope cameras
Super-resolution live cell imaging in multicolor
The contrast is clear. Lifetime imaging in an instant
Smart Cell Imager
Greenough Stereo Microscopes S series
Encoded stereo microscopes
The maximum of information from each specimen
Software platform for life science applications
Automatic Plunge Freezer
High Pressure Freezer
(Semi)-automated fluorescence stereo microscopes
For routine to live cell research
Combining Light Sheet and Confocal
Cryo Transfer System
Corr. Objective for Stereo Microscopes
High vacuum sputter, carbon thread and e-beam coater
High-End EM Sample Preparation Freeze Fracture System
Fast, Reliable Cryo Tool Drying for Efficient Cryo EM workflow
Increase work efficiency with Leica DM4 B & DM6 B upright digital research microscopes.
Ergonomic optical microscope systems for routine and research applications
Uniquely ergonomic system microscope with LED illumination
1.3 MP monochrome camera for basic fluorescence applications such as documentation of fixed, immunostained samples
Simple LED transmitted illumination
Accurate and Reproducible Results
The hybrid detector for super-sensitive imaging and photon counting
Multispectral Photomanipulation Module
Multicolor advanced TIRF module
1.4 MP cooled monochrome camera for standard live cell imaging of GFP-expressing cells and tissues
Fast adjustment to varying RI for best optical performance in 3D
Ultramicrotome for Perfect Sectioning at Room Temperature and Cryo
Cryochamber for Leica EM UC7 and EM UC6
Entry level inverted microscope
Inverted Laboratory Microscope with LED Illumination
Uniquely Ergonomic System Microscope
Routine stereo microscopes
Automated routine tissue processor
Laser Microdissection enables users to isolate specific single cells or entire areas of tissue.
Fixed Stage Microscope for Electrophysiology and in vivo Imaging
Transmitted Light Base For Brightfield and Darkfield Applications Absorbs Shock and Vibrations for High Quality Imaging
Fluorescence stereomicroscope accessory
LED Multi Contrast Illumination for Routine Stereo Microscopes
LED Spotlight Illuminator with Gooseneck
Fluorescence Microscope System for Advanced Imaging and Analysis
Uniquely Ergonomic System Microscopes With Intelligent Automation
Tile scan image of mouse brain tissue section with multicolor immunofluorescent labeling acquired with the DMi8 S system.
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