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dianova GmbH, Germany

We have been providing our research and routine customers premium antibodies, immunoassays and products for molecular biology since 1982. We take the time to carefully consider all your queries and are pleased to support you in selecting primary antibodies, secondary antibodies and detection system more

Olympus Deutschland GmbH, Germany

Olympus offers scientific solutions based on innovative products and services that anticipate the evolving needs and exceed the expectations of professionals from Industrial and Life Science segments. Industrial solutions range from materials science microscopes and industrial videoscopes to non-d more

Products Fluorescence Microscopy

Raman Imaging Purpose-Built for Life Sciences: Label-Free Characterization with Ease and Efficiency

For the first time samples can be chemically analyzed using the inverted beam path of the alpha300 Ri with a spatial resolution down to 200 nm more

Compact Fluorescence Microscope: Capture publication-quality images quickly and easily

The compact fluorescence microscope BZ has a variety of functions that simplify, accelerate and improve research. more

Cell Culture Microscopy Made Easier: The Inverted Microscope with a 20% Larger Visual Field

Modular inverted microscope for cell cultures ✓ 20% larger visual field ✓ No halos/shadows ✓ Fluorescence microscopy & Umbra Shield ✓ Learn more! more

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News Fluorescence Microscopy

  • How rogue communications between cells lead to Leukaemia

    How do biochemical messengers mediate the development of new blood cells and how do these processes get out of control in leukaemias? An international research team involving partners from Germany, United Kingdom, Finland and the USA has achieved a fundamental breakthrough in understanding the mecha more

  • What blocks bird flu in human cells?

    Normally, bird flu viruses do not spread easily from person to person. But if this does happen, it could trigger a pandemic. Researchers from the MDC and RKI have now explained in the journal Nature Communications what makes the leap from animals to humans less likely. Whenever people suddenly becom more

  • When cells become cannibals

    Cells can cut up rough: They will sometimes even gnaw at a partner in order to get rid of it as quickly as possible. This mechanism, known as trogocytosis (Greek: trogo, to gnaw), is important for cell sorting, and plays a role in processes as diverse as embryonic development and the interaction bet more

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Videos Fluorescence Microscopy

Cell Culture Microscopy Made Easier: The Inverted Microscope with a 20% Larger Visual Field

The CKX53 inverse microscope from Olympus makes your daily work routines easier thanks to its unrivaled visual field and advanced imaging capabilities. Inspired by the experience of many users, this microscope was specially developed and perfectly tailored for observing cell cultures. It gives you a more

Compact Fluorescence Microscope: Capture publication-quality images quickly and easily

The compact fluorescence microscope BZ has a variety of functions that simplify, accelerate and improve research. more

Ready for any assay

The Cytation 7 Multi-Detection Reader for Cell Imaging offers a unique level of automated microscopy and multi-mode detection in one easy-to-use instrument more

White papers Fluorescence Microscopy

  • Structural and Chemical 3D Imaging with AFM and Raman.

    In the Life Sciences and Bio-medical Research, the characterization of chemical compounds within cells or tissues is one of the most important and difficult tasks for researchers to perform. The development of pharmaceuticals such as drug delivery co more

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