Mar. 01, 2017Applications
Following in the footsteps of its famous cousin graphene, silicene, a two-dimensional material composed of silicon atoms, has fascinated researchers worldwide, in particular for its possible applications in the semiconductor industry. ...
Jan. 01, 2017Applications
ASI’s diSPIM system is an extremely cell friendly for imaging live specimens. It only illuminates the region of the specimen that is being viewed, reducing phototoxicity and reducing photobleaching ~7-10 fold.
Nov. 10, 2016Applications
The characterization of luminescent materials including their luminescence lifetime has played an important role in the field of material science, especially in chemical sensing. Interest in Phosphorescence Lifetime Imaging (PLIM) has been ...
Oct. 18, 2016Applications
The diSPIM system from ASI is an extremely cell friendly system for imaging live specimens. The diSPIM only illuminates the region of the specimen that is being viewed, reducing phototoxicity and reducing photobleaching ~7-10 fold.
Sep. 19, 2016Applications
This application note discusses the unique nanoelectrical characterization tools and techniques of Asylum Research Cypher and MFP-3D AFMs for a wide range of applications.
Read the complete application note: here.
Sep. 05, 2016Applications
The rapidFLIM method exploits recent advances in Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC) electronics, where ultra-short dead times allows for imaging fast, dynamic processes via Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM).
Jul. 07, 2016Applications
Advanced microscopy techniques provide crucial insights for a deeper understanding of biological and chemical processes. Due to its nonlinear excitation character, multiphoton imaging (e.g. TPEF, SHG, THG) enables a deeper penetration ...
Apr. 01, 2016Applications
Combination of Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) with single-molecule-sensitive fluorescence microscopy grants fascinating insights into the structure, dynamics, and interactions in cells. The AFM part reveals structural information of ...
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