CrestOptics is a leading Company in the development and manufacturing of advanced systems for Fluorescence Microscopy and Diagnostic applications. Our technology supports the research community and Industrial demand with highly customized Solutions thanks to a continuous improvement of our R&D and Engineering strength
3D tissue reconstruction Up-to-date technologies allow researchers to see deeper than ever. Advances come from high-end microscopes and from new sample preparation methods. Here we combine the use of our latest V3-CrestOptics Confocal Spinning Disk together with the RapiClear tissue clearing [...]
Axonal regeneration in motor neurons derived from human iPSCs Super-resolution microscopy has revealed surprising details about the axonal cytoskeleton. In particular, it has discovered previously unknown nanostructures important for our understanding of neuronal form, function, development and regeneration, key aspects often altered in [...]
Deep imaging of clarified mammary gland tissue Deep imaging of mammary gland tissue clarified by uDISCO technique, an organic solvent-based clearing method. Here a 3D volume view showing keratine 8 (red) keratine 5 (yellow) and DAPI (blue) taken with CrestOptics [...]
Inside neuronal railways in in vitro cell culture Beyond their known conventional functions in supporting cellular architecture and shape, microtubules act also as railways to orchestrate microtubule-based transport of organelles and proteins and this is particularly relevant in neurons. High-quality [...]
X-Light V3 is the next generation of X-Light spinning disk confocal series.
It relies on the cutting-edge technology, advanced optical design approach and engineering solutions developed by CrestOptics to meet the very high-end specifications required by most of the modern fluorescence microscopy applications.
Fast and versatile spinning disk model for live and fixed cell imaging
X-light V1 NIR
See beyond the visible.
X-Light Infrared confocal system allows you to perform fluorescence imaging in the optical range 700-1600nm