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TIRF (Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence)

Description:... The tirf slider, which allows laser coupling via an optical fibre, is the ideal tool...ucible alignment and the effective laser safety equipment of the Carl Zeiss tirf system all guarantee successful observations....
Company:Carl Zeiss MicroImaging, Inc.

Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence Microscopy

Description:...molecules in the thin section in contact with the coverglass. Extendable "stratum structure". This unique design permits simultaneous mounting of both tirf and epi-fluorescence illumination systems, with no restriction on their individual capabilities. It also allows their dedicated filters to be used ind...
Company:Nikon
TIRF in Biological Technology

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

...ts and filter wheels. NIS-Elements can also store and control the motorized tirf angle adjustments and quickly change the light path into preset configurations for multi-wavelength tirf and widefield microscopy imaging. By coupling NIS-Elements with Nikon's n...

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

...rphology with high numerical aperture specialty objectives, such as the APO tirf NA 1.49 series, without limiting fluorescence throughput. Numerous other f...cence illuminators, supporting cutting- edge research using new FRET ratio, tirf imaging or photo activation technologies. Additionally, multiple camera por...

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

...t images with high numerical aperture specialty objectives, such as the APO tirf NA 1.49 series, without limiting fluorescence throughput. Utilizing its un...scence illuminators, supporting cutting-edge research using new FRET ratio, tirf imaging or photo activation technologies. Additionally, multiple camera por...
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