Inverted, fast & flexible
Dedicated to live imaging, the InVi SPIM offers easy access to the sample chamber and control of environmental conditions for long-term 3D fluorescence imaging of living specimens. Faster than a spinning disk or point scanning confocal microscope with much fewer photons.
Upright, dual view & dual color
Dedicated to live imaging with higher throughput, the QuVi SPIM combines dual views and dual detection channels for long-term 3D fluorescence imaging of living specimens. The upright concept enables screening approaches and dish-based cell assays.
What is “Light-Sheet Microscopy”?
Light-sheet microscopy is a fluorescence imaging technique that can be utilized to image a huge variety of biological samples.
Most of the samples used in confocal microscopy are suitable for light sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM), however there is a broad spectrum of samples beyond those of confocal microscopy. The two major advantages of light sheet microscopy over confocal microscopy are
- true volume imaging, such that large samples can be imaged in depth
- low phototoxicity and reduced photobleaching, based on the highly effective use of excited photons
Those two features are achieved by decoupling the illumination from the detection, typically via an orthogonal arrangement of illumination and detection.
Bruker’s other Fluorescence Microscopes
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