Tag Archives: super-resolution microscopy

Using DNA-PAINT Super-Resolution Microscopy

A recently published paper discusses how DNA-PAINT super-resolution microscopy is used in research involving spore-forming bacteria. The paper is entitled, “Comparing divisome organization between vegetative and sporulating Bacillus subtilis at the nanoscale using DNA-PAINT.“ Three filters from Chroma Technology are included in the microscope setup. The paper’s Abstract and portions of the Setup section follow. Abstract Spore-forming … Continue reading

06-Feb-2024 Blog, Chroma Technology, Optics

gem 640 Laser for Super-Resolution Microscopy

The gem 640 laser from Laser Quantum is an excellent choice for super-resolution microscopy. The benefits of gem 640 include: Superior SM fibre coupling: Tight focal point for higher intensity, leading to strong emission signal and improved spatial resolution Unified compact platform: Compact form factor combined with high power. Unified design with multiple wavelengths available. … Continue reading

22-Oct-2020 Blog, Laser Quantum, Lasers

Need an Efficient, High Power Yellow Laser in a Compact Form Factor?

The gem 561 1 W from Laser Quantum is an efficient, high power yellow laser. This laser provides market leading power with an ultra-precise, TEM00 beam specification. This enables uniform energy distribution or tight focus at this key wavelength for single molecule localization microscopy. The gem’s novel power delivery architecture and innovative wall plug efficiency … Continue reading

24-Sep-2020 Blog, Laser Quantum, Lasers

Characteristics of Lasers for Super-Resolution Microscopy

With regard to super-resolution microscopy, Laser Quantum can provide a laser that suits the needs of your research approach: Structured Illumination Microscopy (SIM) Laser power: ~100 mW Allows high throughput Easy sample preparation Super resolution limited to about 100 nm Single Molecule Localization Microscopy (SMLM) Laser power 500 mW Includes STORM, PALM, DNA-PAINT Stochastical approach … Continue reading

16-Sep-2020 Blog, Laser Quantum, Lasers
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