Super-Resolution Microscopy Applications

The next generation of super-resolution microscope reveals biology in a new light. We can now image cells at the highest resolution, understand molecular interactions and dynamics and study the fundamentals of biology through single-molecule fluorescence.

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Super-resolution microscopy

Quantitative Cellular Imaging

Gain detailed understanding of cellular features through multi-color super-resolution microscopy with advanced data analysis including colocalization and clustering.

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Tracking Molecular and Vesicles in Cells

Tracking Molecules And Vesicles In Cells

The Nanoimager can track single molecules and vesicles in both bacterial and eucaryotic cells with super-resolution microscopy.

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Super-resolution microscope

Protein Complex Assembly

Intensity measurements, super-resolution and multi-color labeling for characterizing protein complexes and their assembly.

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Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy

Molecular Mechanisms And Interactions

Using smFRET to understand molecular interactions and dynamics, including enzymes and substrates, protein aggregates in neurodegeneration and other protein-protein interactions.

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DNA Conformational Changes

DNA Conformational Changes

A dynamic, real-time nanoscale ruler, now a general tool for characterizing molecular interactions and structure with Alternating Laser Excitation (ALEX) support.

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Exosomes and Microvesicles

Exosomes And Microvesicles

Understanding the structure and function of extracellular vesicles through super-resolution microscopy.

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Epigenetic Mapping

Epigenetic Mapping

Imaging specific target sites on DNA at the single-molecule level: a simple tool for characterizing the distribution of epigentic sites.

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DNA-PAINT

DNA-PAINT Shows Sub-20 nm Resolution

DNA-PAINT provides easy localization-based super-resolution with nanorulers from GATTAquant GmbH.

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