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Microscopes confocaux

Les microscopes confocaux de Leica Microsystems sont les partenaires indispensables de la recherche biomédicale de haut niveau, offrant une précision sans précédent avec une imagerie en trois dimensions et un examen exact des structures sous-cellulaires et des processus dynamiques.

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Microscope confocal  à super-résolution SP8 LIGHTNING

SP8 LIGHTNING

Imagerie des cellules vivantes en super résolution multicolore

Coupe histologique d'un œil de chat. L'imagerie confocale spectrale (en gris) et FLIM (en couleur) simultanée révèle le contraste en temps de vie de fluorescence. Acquisition et visualisation par le SP8 FALCON et le logiciel LAS X.

SP8 FALCON

Le contraste est net. Imagerie rapide en temps de vie de fluorescence

SP8 DIVE

Le SP8 DIVE (Deep In-Vivo Explorer) est le premier système accordable spectralement pour l'imagerie multicolore multiphotonique (MP).

LIGHTNING: un maximum d'informations fournies par chaque échantillon

LIGHTNING

Un maximum d'informations fournies par chaque échantillon

Microscope Confocal Leica TCS SP8 CARS - Imagerie sans marquage

TCS SP8 CARS de Leica

Imagerie sans marquage d’échantillons natifs

STED nanoscopy in all 3 dimensions

Leica TCS SP8 STED

Nanoscopes STED

Leica TCS SP8 X

Leica TCS SP8 X

Images à caractérisation spectrale

Leica TCS SPE avec sources lasers à l'état solide pour l'excitation

Leica TCS SPE

Confocal spectral à haute résolution pour les recherches quotidiennes et les examens de routine

Automatisation du dépistage cellulaire à grande densité - HCS A Leica

Leica HCS A

Automatisation du dépistage cellulaire à grande densité

Objectif de microscope Leica motCORR

Objectifs Leica motCORR

La meilleure performance optique en 3D

Option de surveillance et de service intelligente pour les appareils scientifiques RemoteCare

RemoteCare

Option de surveillance et de service intelligente pour votre microscope

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Image Gallery: THUNDER Imager

To help you answer important scientific questions, THUNDER Imagers eliminate the out-of-focus blur that clouds the view of thick samples when using…

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Development of fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) and its relevance for functional imaging

Prof. Ammasi Periasamy, Director, Keck Center for Cellular Imaging, University of Virginia, was interviewed by Dr. Giulia Ossato, Product Manager…

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Human Kidney Organoid, hESC-derived Podocytes

Multiphoton imaging bolsters findings on in vitro differentiation of pluripotent stem cell-derived podocyte

The renal corpuscle of the kidney comprises a glomerular vasculature embraced by podocytes and supported by mesangial myofibroblasts. Their combined…

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Where to go? Cellular Migration requires coordinated Transitions of Actin Cortex

Plants, Bacteria, and Fungi possess a rigid cell wall that protects the cell and gives it shape. Animal cells, such as mammalian cells, have no outer…

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Cellular Motility: Microtubules, Motor Proteins and Tau-Proteins

Cellular motility is based on motor-proteins that can bind to filamentous scaffold proteins and – under consumption of ATP – can “crawl” on these…

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How FRET/FLIM Biosensors and Lifetime Imaging Helped Identify the Importance of Zinc for Human B-Cell Development

In her latest studies, Dr. Mukta Deobagkar-Lele investigated the role of ZIP7, a zinc transporter protein, in modulating B cell activity and its…

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Cavanillesia Arborea 10mm Core

Improved tree-ring visualization using autofluorescence

Autofluorescence can be a very practical tool for the visualization of growth rings in wood, especially when these structures are hard to distinguish,…

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The Guide to STED Sample Preparation

This guide is intended to help users optimize sample preparation for stimulated emission depletion (STED) nanoscopy, specifically when using the TCS…

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Single-residue bioorthogonal labeling of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) in live cells for quantitative analysis

To perform quantitative studies of membrane bound G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) with high-performance microscopy, the proteins must first be…

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Coherent Raman Scattering Microscopy Publication List

CRS (Coherent Raman Scattering) microscopy is an umbrella term for label-free methods that image biological structures by exploiting the…

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