A Laser scanning or confocal microscope scans a sample sequentially point by point, line by line or multiple points at once and assemble the pixel information to one image. As a result optical slices of the specimen are imaged with high contrast and high resolution in x, y and z. Confocal microscopy supports sensitivity demanding applications in life sciences as well as for topographic tasks on materials surfaces.
Versatile measurements in solutions and cells: concentrations, interactions, fluctuations, diffusions.
Document movement, shape and physiological processes in living cells. This system enables you to carry out experiments at equidistant intervals with reproducible acquisition conditions.