Water Immersion objectives now included
As the transition to more complex imaging applications speeds up, so
does the need for improved light efficiency, resolution and flexibility
of instrumentation. Imaging thick 3D cultures imbedded in aqueous media
requires non-air objectives with high numerical aperture and minimal
spherical aberration. Water immersion objectives are ideal to achieve
maximal image quality for such samples, while reducing the scan times
due to better resolving power.
IN Cell Analyzer 2500HS is designed to eliminate systematic
variability and give you confidence in your results. With reliable
autofocus under all conditions, vibration isolation, and environmental
control designed for uniformity, you can be assured that your data is a
true representation of the biological phenomena in question.
High contrast is critical when automated image analysis is generating
your data. The higher the contrast, the more reliable the segmentation
and quantitation. Deconvolution on IN Cell Analyzer 2500HS
reassigns background signal to the biological structure of interest to
boost image contrast while preserving the quantitative information you
need for reliable analysis.
The difference between a standard microscope and an automated HCA
system built for screening is primarily a person's intervention and
their time. A common approach to solving this problem is to image
everything. Smart scanning features on the IN Cell Analyzer 2500HS
can automate the human element and reduce the total time and data load
by finding structures of interest and inspecting them in more detail.
Speed and sensitivity
Technology is constantly evolving and the IN Cell Analyzer platforms
are keeping pace. With the latest sCMOS camera technology the IN Cell
Analyzer 2500HS provides lower noise, shorter exposure times, and
faster frame rates. In addition, hardware optimizations tailored to
multichannel experiments increase both speed and throughput for 2D and