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  • ZEISS LSM 800 with Airyscan - Your Compact Confocal for High End imaging

    ZEISS LSM 800 with Airyscan - Your Compact Confocal for High End imaging

    Your compact confocal for high and imaging. Choose a flexible confocal laser scanning microscope with highly sensitive GaAsP detector and fast linear scanning. Get 1.7x higher resolution

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  • ZEISS optics have landed on the ISS

    ZEISS optics have landed on the ISS

    A team at Frankfurt’s Goethe University developed experiments to be performed in space How did our solar system come into being? This question is being explored by a team of geoscience and physics...

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    With Elyra 7 you can image a z-depth of 1.4 µm in a ­single acquisition. 3D SMLM image of Alexa 647 α-tubulin color coded for depth. Sample courtesy of Michael W. Davidson, Florida State University, U

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  • Tech Note: Introducing Lattice SIM for ZEISS Elyra 7

    Tech Note: Introducing Lattice SIM for ZEISS Elyra 7

    Read the technology Note to learn how Lattice SIM for ZEISS Elyra 7 allows gentle and fast 3D superresolution imaging with a lateral optical resolution of 120 nm in all directions.

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  • A new platform for fast and gentle 3D superresolution microscopy

    A new platform for fast and gentle 3D superresolution microscopy

    ZEISS Elyra 7 with Lattice SIM expands the possibilities of structured illumination microscopy (SIM) ZEISS Elyra 7 with Lattice SIM is a new flexible platform for fast and gentle 3D...

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  • Elyra 7 - Product Trailer1:57

    Elyra 7 - Product Trailer

    Discover how Lattice SIM lets you examine the fastest processes in living samples – in large fields of view, in 3D, over long time periods, and with multiple colors. The Apotome mode for optical secti

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