Date: October 06, 2022
Time: 7:00am (PDT), 10:00am (EDT), 4:00pm (CEST)
Confocal microscopy is a very popular imaging technique for high-quality imaging of biological samples, especially in thicker specimens. Confocal imaging enables the capture of high-contrast images, which are especially informative when reconstructed in 3D to facilitate viewing and analysis of the complete cell, tissue, or organism. However, confocal technology is complex, with the highest performance opto-mechanical designs being part of physically large instruments with complex software functions and control, often needing specialised facilities and experts to operate them. The new Andor Benchtop Confocal, BC43, is a revolutionary, small-footprint confocal that allows all laboratories in biomedical sciences, industry or elsewhere, to access to an easy-to-use, high-quality system to suit their imaging needs. Designed with an effortless workflow for improved productivity, even novice users with minimal training can be capturing multidimensional experiments in less than an hour. Notably, with BC43, there is no need for a dark room; users can have it on the bench side-by-side with their experiments.
- Explain how confocal microscopy can improve on standard epifluorescence imaging and extend the range of sample types and biological models you can work with
- Discover the advantages of multiple imaging techniques being available in a single device
- Demonstrate how your workflow can be improved by adding a confocal microscope onto your lab bench.
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