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New image scanning microscopy based confocal system uses SPAD array for detection, greatly simplifying integration into existing point scanners and also enabling FLIM. Also, ‘FLISM’ may get our award for imaging acronym of the year.
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Christophe🔬Leterrier Jan 17
Course preparation: this paper by York & Zheng on the neuromuscular junction is a great demonstration to compare the resolution of SIM and STORM and what they can visualize (also, an exercise in Figure recomposition fo maximal slide occupation)
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WCMP Imaging Jan 15
Our new A1R confocal is installed and up-and-running!
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Nikon Instruments Jan 15
Watch out for bogus "fat-derived stem cell therapy" and other stem cell pseudoscience!
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Nikon Instruments Jan 14
These glycerol-based ‘superlenses’ are printed directly onto biological samples, demonstrated in resolving sub-diffraction limited butterfly wing scale structure.
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Nikon Instruments Jan 14
Reminder that our seminar "Advances in Confocal Microscopy" is on Thursday, January 17 at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Demo of our A1R HD25 confocal to follow!
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Nikon Instruments Jan 11
Anyone else like the idea of microscope slides instead of holiday cards? Click for an interesting story of two colleagues who exchanged foraminifera-filled Christmas slides for decades until their mysterious estrangement.
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Nikon Instruments Jan 10
New technique from and colleagues combines pulsed with the lifetime tuning SPLIT method to increase resolution with small effect on SNR.
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Nikon Instruments Jan 9
We're happy to announce the launch of a new website dedicated to our microscopy products!!
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Nikon Instruments Jan 8
Please join us for the seminar "Advances in Confocal Microscopy" on Thursday, January 17 at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. We'll also be demonstrating our new A1R HD25 confocal, featuring next gen HD resonant scanner and large 25 mm field of view.
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Vanderbilt Cell Imaging Shared Resource Jan 7
Check out the latest work (and cover image!) in from the Tyska lab on microvilli in the intestinal brush border. So many beautiful images from TEM, SEM, and SIM. Thanks to the Tyska lab for using and for acknowledging the CISR!
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Nikon Instruments Jan 7
So many great resources! If there is anything the science twitter would like to see on we'd love to hear from you. Suggestions are always welcome! 🔬
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Jennifer Waters Jan 7
We have an Advanced Microscopy Post-doctoral Fellowship position opening this year! if you are interested in a career in microscopy, you can learn more about our unique fellowship program here:
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Nikon Instruments Jan 4
Check out our app note in Nature Methods discussing the A1R HD25 confocal for live-cell imaging. The A1R HD25 features a next-gen resonant scanner capable of covering the entire large 25mm FOV, great for live imaging of whole organisms!
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Nikon Instruments Jan 3
Looking for an-up-to date review of super-resolution microscopy? Schermelleh et al. provide a rich comparison of the various techniques, with discussion tailored towards biological applications.
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Nikon Instruments Dec 28
Checking out new U-ExM, an ultrastructure-preservation optimized variety of Expansion Microscopy. Figure below shows sub-80 nm XY resolution imaging of clathrin-coated pits together with a Re-Scan Confocal (RCM) system and without deconvolution.
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Nikon Instruments Dec 27
Reminder that our seminar "Advances in Confocal Microscopy" is next Thursday, January 3rd at Johns Hopkins University!
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Nikon Instruments Dec 26
Check out this rugged holographic , dubbed “Shamu”, that will be used to look for life in the underground ocean of Jupiter’s moon .
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McHeyzer-Williams Dec 23
Epithelial Cells | Laser Scanning | Looking forward to learning more at today’s seminar | |
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Nikon Instruments Dec 21
New CalipHluor is a combination pH and calcium biosensor. pH sensing allows for calibration, overcoming pH sensitivity issues experienced with many calcium biosensors.
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