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Super-resolution microscopy to visualize microtubules and nuclear lamin organization at mitotic exit
Super-resolution microscopy to visualize microtubules and nuclear lamin organization at mitotic exit Download the application note In a recent study conducted in the laboratory of Dr Giulia Guarguaglini at the Institute of Molecular Biology and Pathology of CNR [...]
Hippocampal dendritic spines using spinning disk microscopy Hippocampal coronal slice (60 µm thickness) from Thy1‐GFP mouse brain was acquired with X-Light V2 Confocal Spinning Disk. In this mouse line, Thy1-expressing neurons show Thy1 labeled with GFP at the cell surface of [...]
Brain organoid Due to current restrictions to limit the spread of the new Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, our collaborators at the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT)-CLNS SAPIENZA shared with us their samples, brain organoid sections of 50 μm thickness, and we made acquisitions CrestOptics with X-Light V3 Confocal [...]
NIR imaging in spinning disk confocal The standard port on the illuminator of X-light V2 and X-light V3 allows to use light sources in the 400-750 nm ranges without any special accessories. Thanks to this specification, it is possible to simultaneously image [...]
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