Aug. 24, 2012
Applications

STED Nanoscopy with CW DPSS Lasers

High Performance CW DPSS 660 nm for Compact STED

  • Fig. 1: Fluorescence scanning images of labeled microtubuli of fixed mammalian cells acquired with conventional confocal microscopy (left), CW-STED (center) and gated CW-STED (right) using 130 mW of CW power from a compact Cobolt Flamenco 660 nm laser as the STED source from the Cobolt Flamenco 660nm laser system, which consists of a laser head measuring only 125 x 70 x 45mm and a compact controller unit. Fig. 1: Fluorescence scanning images of labeled microtubuli of fixed mammalian cells acquired with conventional confocal microscopy (left), CW-STED (center) and gated CW-STED (right) using 130 mW of CW power from a compact Cobolt Flamenco 660 nm laser as the STED source from the Cobolt Flamenco 660nm laser system, which consists of a laser head measuring only 125 x 70 x 45mm and a compact controller unit.

Advances in STED nanoscopy and fluorescence labelling allow researchers to perform nanoscale imaging and single-molecule detection using compact and low-noise CW DPSS lasers, which significantly reduces system complexity and cost.

Contact

Cobolt AB
Vretenvägen 13
17154 Solna
Sweden
Phone: +46 8 545 91232
Telefax: +46 8 54591231

Register now!

The latest information directly via newsletter.

To prevent automated spam submissions leave this field empty.