Microscopy

It lets us eye otherwise inaccessible tiny structures, and has done so for centuries now. But in recent times microscopy has also made headway into analytics. FTIR and RAMAN microscopes, for example, can obtain spectroscopic data for chemical imaging. Their chemical composition is ascertained by comparison with database entries or reference substance results. The obtained data can be related to surface structures with the help of 3D computer illustrations based on data from microscopic sensors.

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News Microscopy

  • The battery compartments of the 26S Protein Recycling Machine

     The degradation of proteins and the re-use of their basic building blocks is a process that is a matter of survival in cells. Researchers at the Max-Planck-Institute for Biochemistry present a detailed structure of the human protein recycling machine, the so-called 26S proteasome, in near-atomic re more

  • Watching 'jumping genes' in action

    "Jumping genes" are ubiquitous. Every domain of life hosts these sequences of DNA that can "jump" from one position to another along a chromosome; in fact, nearly half the human genome is made up of jumping genes. Depending on their specific excision and insertion points, jumping genes can interrupt more

  • Researchers watch skin cells 'walk' to wounds

    Skin cells typically spend their entire existence in one place on your body. But Washington State University researchers have seen how the cells will alter the proteins holding them in place and move to repair a wound. "And they walk," said Jonathan Jones, director of WSU's School of Molecular Biosc more

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Videos Microscopy

Nuclear Pores Captured on Film

Zooming into a nuclear pore complex using a high-speed atomic force microscope reveals the selectivity barrier that filters the traffic of molecules passing between the cytoplasm and nucleus in eukaryotic cells. This is comprised of intrinsically disordered proteins known as FG Nucleoporins that ... more

Fluorescence Microscopy Directly in Your Cell Culture Incubator

The Lumascope™-miniature microscopes enable you to examine cells in their "familiar environment". Due to the compact design, long-term multi-channel recordings of cells (phase contrast, blue-, green- and red-fluorescent) can be performed directly in an incubator, in hypoxia cabinets or even in cold more

IR Microscopy That Overcomes Your Biggest Challenges and Your Smallest

Spotlight 200i FTIR Microscope System is a high-performance microscopy platform, designed to generate high-quality, reproducible data from a variety of sample types. The combination of the highly-automated, very easy-to-use system and exceptional sensitivity ensures that quality spectra can be obtai more

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Events Microscopy

Conference
03-10 – 07-10
2017
Heidelberg, DE

Seeing is Believing - Imaging the Processes of Life

Why attend? The processes of life are naturally dynamic in space and time from the atomic to the organismal level. The rapid development of imaging methods across this full scale of biological organisation is revolutionising our ability to visualise the inner workings of proteins, protein complexes

Webinar
On-Demand

Real Time Microscopy For Particles, Crystals and Droplets

This presentation discusses how to use real time microscopy for particles, crystals and droplets to develop high quality processes in less time and at lower costs than traditional microscopy.

Webinar
On-Demand

Thermal Optical Methods

This Webinar covers three optical methods that are used in combination with DSC: DSC-Microscopy DSC-Chemiluminescence DSC-Photocalorimetry These exciting techniques will be explained in detail. Numerous application examples will be given to illustrate the benefits of the three optical techniques. ME

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