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Confocal laser scanning microscopy (CLSM) is the recognized standard for 3D fluorescence microscopy. It combines excellent optical sectioning performance with flexible scanning strategies for imaging and photomanipulation, making it the method of choice for a vast range of applications.
Next generation CLSM would need to provide a balanced and flexible combination of :
- Image quality (SNR) to identify and localize biological molecules of interest while minimizing input of light. ( less phototoxicity) ,
- Speed to monitor these molecules and their interactions in space and time, and
- High resolution to image intracellular structures with sufficient detail in X-Y-Z.
- LSM technology combined with SR technique is a perfect fit for fixed and live cell imaging
- Airyscan Multiplex SR technology improves speed, sensitivity and resolution.
- Multiplex Mode of Airyscan allows gentle fast SR imaging options for various samples
Lattice light-sheet microscopy and Lattice Structured Illumination Microscopy (SIM) are the two recent technical advances in fluorescent microscopy. Both technologies are continuously pushing the boundaries of what is possible for live-cell imaging. Lattice light-sheet microscopy extends the fast and gentle imaging capability of light-sheet to the subcellular structures; while Lattice SIM brings super-resolution to an unprecedented level of speed and sensitivity. In this webinar, we will discuss the hardware/software implementation of both Lattice technologies, their unique features, and the suitable application
- Lattice technology is a perfect fit for live cell imaging
- Lattice technology improves speed, sensitivity and resolution
- Commercial implementation of Lattice technology makes it easy to use
Dr. Xianke Shi | Application and Business Development Manager, Research Microscopy Solutions, ZEISS APAC
Electron microscopy imaging has been used as a valuable research tool in the Life Sciences for many years. From research of single cell organisms, viruses or eukaryotic cells to identification of synaptic contacts between neurons, the ability to image biological samples in nanometer resolution has proven to be extremely valuable.
The majority of these examples has been studied using the well-established Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) technique.
Recent developments in Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) has shown to meet the resolution and imaging quality of thin section preparation of heavy-metal and resin embedded biological specimens. Furthermore, SEM systems offer intuitive, customizable and highly automated workflows which saves time and improves experiment success rates. Based on sample block-face scanning in combination with milling (e.g. Focused Ion Beam (FIB)), SEM enables dramatic resolution improvements in the third dimension above what is possible with TEM.
Furthermore, SEM offers large field of view imaging of organs and whole organisms and hence facilitates applications that have previously been unachievable in the lab.
In addition, 3D SEM techniques are highly automated and offer easy to conduct workflows for correlative studies using light and/or X-Ray microscopy.
- Find out how ZEISS Correlative Workflow Solutions seamlessly connects Light, Electron and X-Ray Microscopy
- Learn how the new ZEISS Correlative Cryo Workflow benefits your cryo electron microscope projects
- Explore how the flexibility of the ZEISS microscopes benefits core imaging facilities by increasing system utilization
Dr. Philipp Bastians | Business Development Manager for Life Science Electron and X-Ray Microscopy, APAC, Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
Mr. Rishi Kant | Product Application & Sales Specialist , LM Life Science , APAC
ZEISS Research Microscopy Solutions
Dr. Xianke Shi | Application and Business Development Manager, APAC
ZEISS Research Microscopy Solutions
Dr. Philip Bastians | Business Development Manager for Life Science Electron and X-Ray Microscopy, APAC, Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH