9 tips to optimize your immunofluorescence staining
We have put together some tips to help you optimize your immunofluorescence staining protocol and increase the signal-to-noise ratio in your samples.
Beginner’s guide to STORM buffers
When preparing a sample for STORM microscopy it is also crucial to select an appropriate buffer solution, which will efficiently regulate blinking behavior and help achieve high quality super-resolution images. Here is a brief guide to STORM buffer components and how they can affect sample imaging.
Which super-resolution technique is right for you?
We’ve put together a one page, printable PDF to help you choose between the Nanoimager’s key super-resolution microscopy techniques. It covers core techniques including dSTORM, PALM, SPT and smFRET.
Popular fluorophores for PALM imaging
We’ve put together a one page, printable PDF table to help you compare the most popular fluorophores used for PALM imaging, which include photoactivatable, photoconvertible and photoswitchable fluorescent proteins, as well as synthetic dyes.
Nanoimager technical specifications
Download the full Nanoimager technical specifications as a PDF.
From sample preparation to dSTORM data
Dr. Zehra Nizami demonstrates how quick and easy it is to perform direct Stochastic Optical Reconstruction Microscopy (dSTORM) experiments and data analysis.
Characterizing bacterial infection in epithelial cells at a single-molecule level
Learn how the Nanoimager enables visualization and quantification of bacterial infection and host-pathogen interactions at a single-molecule level.
Developing new antibiotics: from target identification to mechanism validation
Learn how the Nanoimager provides a multiplex solution for novel antibiotic development.
Capturing organelle contact sites assembly to unveil disease onset in live cells
Learn how the Nanoimager allows real-time visualization and quantification of cellular processes at a single-molecule level, in live cells.
A journey through the cell: Unveiling life at a single-molecule level
Dr. Mark Harmon highlights how to visualize structures from cell membrane to nucleus in unprecedented detail. With its small but mighty design, the Nanoimager delivers the ability to see, count and track single molecules from the convenience of your benchtop.