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EMSL's Digital Instruments BioScope™ Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) combines optical and AFM techniques used to examine heterophase processes on mineral surfaces and to image biological systems, such as bacterial colonies, on minerals and other substrates.
The LSM 710 is capable of 34 spectral detection channels using six laser lines - 405, 458, 488, 514, 561 & 633 nm, plus an additional 594 nm HeNe laser (includes replacement main beam splitter wheel equipped for 458, 488, 514, 561, 594 & 633 nm laser lines). The 561 and 594 lasers are needed to visualize mCherry, Texas Red, and other red fluorophores including Alexa 568, Alexa 594.
X-Cite® 120Q system uses a 120-watt lamp to deliver rich spectral excitation with a uniformly illuminated field of view. The optional adjustable iris allows the user to set the level of illumination.
3 fluorescence filter blocks: Ultraviolet Excitation (UV-2E/C) Ex 340-380 and Em 435-485, Blue Excitation (UV-2E/C) Ex 465-495 and Em 515-555, Yellow Excitation (Y-2E/C-TR) Ex 540-580 and Em 600-660
Objectives for 4x, 10x, 20x, 40x, and 100x magnification
Differential Interference Contrast (DIC) optics
Field Emission TEM/STEM, (JEOL 2010F)