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Nikon Instruments Launches Fully-Automated A1 Confocal Laser Microscope Series

... Total System Integration with the Nikon Ti inverted Microscope System to Provide Advanced System ... seamlessly integrates with the new Ti-E research inverted microscope. The fully-automated confocal imaging ... work flow. When used with the Ti series of inverted microscopes, the A1 offers a complete confocal ...

Nikon Unveils the Eclipse Ti Inverted Microscope Series at The Society for Neroscience Annual Meeting

... were newly developed especially for the Ti inverted microscope. Most notably, the VC Plan Apo 20X NA ... ELWD objectives. "Nikon has been a leader in the inverted microscope market for more than 30 years," said ... supplied input from the past 4 generations of "T" inverted microscopes, added the best attributes from our ...

AMG Launches EVOS fl, an 'Evolutionary' Fluorescence Microscope Based on Innovative EVOS Platform

... platform offers a fully integrated digital imaging system that includes an inverted microscope, high-resolution digital camera and an LCD display. EVOS' ... EVOS fl now brings valuable fluorescence capability to AMG's advanced EVOS inverted microscope line.     A key feature of the EVOS fl ...

Nikon Instruments Introduces Exclusive VAAS Detector Imaging Method for Confocal Microscopy

... vice president of Nikon Instruments. "When used with the Ti series of inverted microscopes, the A1 with VAAS Detection offers a complete confocal system ... scanning systems, which seamlessly integrate with the new Ti-E research inverted microscope. The fully-automated confocal imaging system literally brings ...

Nikon Instruments Launches New Eclipse Ti-E Fully-Integrated, Motorized Inverted Microscope

... component automation with speeds more than twice that of previous Nikon inverted microscopes with the launch of the Eclipse Ti-E inverted research microscope. The Ti-E offers advanced functionality, which now ...

Nanopoint Applies CE Mark to Its cellTRAY(R) Imaging and Microfluidics Systems

... a patent-pending on-stage incubator and microfluidic delivery system enabling extended time-lapse imaging of live cells. The system, an add-on to an inverted microscope, includes a high resolution scientific grade camera, an XYZ motorized stage, an active microfluidics cellTRAY device, an automated control ...

Chromosome breakpoints contribute to genetic variation

... has long been acknowledged as a driver of genetic variation. Sometimes, however, the wrong chromosomes recombine, segments of chromosomes become inverted or complete breakages and fissions occur. These rearrangements may lead to genetic diseases or may contribute to the development of new species. ...

New cow genome sequence released

... Bos taurus genome. The algorithms use paired-end sequence information, mapping data, and synteny with the human genome to detect errors, correct inverted segments and fill in sequence gaps. The resulting assembly has around 91% of the assembled genome anchored onto chromosomes. The researchers ...

Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Nanopoint for its Pioneering Cell Imaging Solution, the cellTRAY(R) Imaging System CT-2000

... can be performed for a long period of time using living cells as against conventional well plates. The cellTRAY can be used along with any inverted microscope platform or laboratory equipment with the ability to hold a standard sized microscope slide, and can be autoclaved and reused many times ...

Nikon Instruments A1 Confocal Laser Microscope Series With NIS-Elements C Software Delivers Fully Integrated Comprehensive Confocal Imaging Capabilities

... The total system is controlled through NIS-Elements C applications software, which also enables full control of the Nikon Ti-E research inverted microscope equipped with Nikon's Perfect Focus System (PFS), widefield CCD cameras and an array of hardware devices. "The A1R paired with ...

New Turbomolecular Pumping System From Varian, Inc. Delivers Portable, Dry, Ultra-high Vacuum.

... control and communications software, and backed by the Varian IDP-3 Dry Scroll (60 L/min) primary pump. The ability to operate and read the inverted Magnetron and Full Range gauges makes the TPS-compact the most cost-effective dry turbo-pumping system for monitoring and managing the operating ...

Cellix Ltd. Launches VenaEC Biochip for Flow-based Cell-adhesion Assays

... trials." About the VenaEC Biochip Each VenaEC Biochip comprises one top plate and four substrates easily assembled in a custom-made frame for inverted microscopes. The top plate contains two microcapillaries which each tissue culture-treated substrate enables the seeding and culturing of a variety ...

WaferGen Signs Exclusive Distribution Agreement for SmartSlide(TM) Micro-Incubation System in Germany

... SmartSlide Micro-Incubation System is a first-of-its-kind family of integrated fluidics exchange micro-incubation products that work seamlessly with inverted microscopes. This breakthrough technology is enabling cell biology and stem cell researchers to conduct complex time lapse imaging studies to ...

WaferGen Signs Exclusive Distribution Agreement for SmartSlide(TM) Micro-Incubation System in United Kingdom and France

... SmartSlide Micro-Incubation System is a first-of-its-kind family of integrated fluidics exchange micro-incubation products that work seamlessly with inverted microscopes. This breakthrough technology is enabling cell biology and stem cell researchers to conduct complex time lapse imaging studies to ...

Nikon Instruments Introduces NIS-Elements Software for Eclipse Ti-E Live-Cell Applications

... of the latest version of its industry-leading microscopy acquisition and analysis software -- NIS-Elements. When paired with Nikon's new Eclipse Ti inverted microscope series, NIS-Elements' latest version enables exceptional image data throughput and multi-dimensional image capture routines that ...

Sentry Logistic Solutions Launches Foreign Trade Zone Service

... can save up to 90 percent annually on import fees, depending upon the frequency of inventory shipments. Sentry's clients can benefit financially from inverted tariffs, duty exemption on re-exports, weekly entry savings and duty deferrals for importing a broad range of pharmaceutical and biotechnology ...

A new wide field-of-view confocal imaging system and its applications in drug discovery and pathology

... The fluorescence images are intentionally inverted in greyscale, which makes bright fluorescence ... zebrafish. 60-62 Figures 10 - 13 are inverted fluorescence images of coronal sections of ... sections in it. Figure 11 is an overview of the inverted fluorescence image of one of the zebrafish larva ...

Transgenic Animals

... eggs (pronuclear stage) using an inverted microscope, micromanipulation ... injections. Together with an inverted microscope, combined with Hoffmann modulation ... ES cells. As aforementioned, one inverted microscope, in combination with Hoffmann ...

siRNA Expression Vectors with Selectable Markers

... The insert that encodes this hairpin is designed to have two inverted repeats separated by a short spacer sequence (Figure 1). One inverted repeat is complementary to the mRNA to which the siRNA is ...

siRNA Design Guidelines

... 1. The selection of siRNA target sequence, the length of the inverted repeats that encode the stem of a putative hairpin, the order of the inverted repeats, the length and composition of the spacer sequence ...

Generate Adenovirus Vectors in E. coli by Homologous Recombination with the AdEasy Adenoviral Vector System

... plasmid is identified, it is digested with Pac I to expose the inverted terminal repeats (ITR), then transfected into HEK293 cells ... homologous recombination occurs. The RITR and LITR regions are short inverted terminal repeats (Right and Left) and have a role in replication of the ...

Cloning ban too broad, stem-cell researchers argue

... would not be traceable. Furthermore, the moral distinction between reproductive and research cloning of embryos, if there is any to be found, is inverted for many pro-life activists such as Armacost. "What they're saying is that you would make it illegal to implant a cloned embryo into a woman's ...

NimbleGen microarrays speed genetic findings

... of mental retardation, it is one of the most common genetic causes of the condition. The deletion is associated with a region of DNA that is commonly inverted in one in five people of European descent and seems to occur preferentially among children of individuals who carry the inversion. The research ...

Differential Gene Expression Analysis of Pure Cell Populations from Frozen UterineTissue Using Laser Capture Microdissection (LCM) and cDNA Microarrays

... tube. b) Placed the CapSure caps carrying the captured cells onto the microcentrifuge tube and inverted the assembly such that the extraction buffer completely covered the cap surface. c) Incubated at 42 o C for 30min. d) ...

High Electrotransformation Efficiencies Obtained With DNA From Ligation Mixtures

... The cells were diluted 1 /10, 25 - 50 l of the dilution were plated onto LB-ampicillin plates (100 g/ml), and the plates were inverted and incubated at 37 C overnight. Results and Discussion It has been shown that several components of ligation ...

RNA Interference and Gene Silencing: History and Overview

... be induced by "shooting" dsRNA into Drosophila embryos with a "gene gun" or by engineering flies to carry DNA containing an inverted repeat of the gene to be silenced. Over the last few years, these RNAi strategies have been used as reverse genetics tools in Drosophila ...

Working With Laser Capture Microdissection Samples

... or formalin-fixed and paraffin embedded tissue sections are processed, stained, and dehydrated, then scanned under an inverted microscope. Cells are visualized through a thermoplastic film which is attached to the bottom of an optically clear ...

TripleMaster PCR System

... the TripleMaster PCR System, DNA sequences with a biased nucleotide composition (GC-content >70 %; homopolymeric stretches), repeats and inverted repeats can be amplified. General hints The reaction parameters, especially for GC-rich targets, may ...

TripleMaster PCR System

... the TripleMaster PCR System, DNA sequences with a biased nucleotide composition (GC-content >70 %; homopolymeric stretches), repeats and inverted repeats can be amplified. General hints The reaction parameters, especially for GC-rich targets, may ...

Intracytoplasmic Spermatocyte Injection (ICSI)

... is carried out using CellTram Air, and CellTram Oil is used for transferring the sperm. Together with an inverted microscope, combined with Hoffmann contrast optics or differential interference contrast optics, microinjection can be effected ...

Mammalian Expression Vectors with Interchangeable Selectable Markers

... the exchange of DNA located between specific recognition sequences. 3,4,5 For Cre recombinase, the recognition site (LoxP) consists of two inverted 13-bp repeats and an intervening, 8-bp nonpalindromic region. 3 Intermolecular and intramolecular recombination between the two sites can ...

Versatile Vectors for Ponasterone A- Inducible Control of Gene Expression in Mammalian Cells

... site AGTGCA N1 TGTTC (E/GRE). This binding site is extremely unlikely to be recognized by steroid family receptors, which require perfect inverted half-sites, or by natural RXR heterodimer family receptors, which require single nucleotide spacing between half-sites. ...
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