Salt, TESCANSEM image of ink-bottle silica nanopores, A. Sterczynska,NanoBioMediacl Centre (CNBM), Poznan, Poland Cross section of an Abutilon leaf, Adriana Dominguez and Eduardo Favret, CNEA - INTA, Argentina
Orchid root with Mycorrhiza, S. R. Senthilkumar, St. Joseph´s College, India Procapsid and nucleocapsid of dsRNA bacteriophage phi6, D. Nemecek, CryoEM Research Group CEITEC, Czech Republic Orchid root stained with Acridine orange, S. R. Senthilkumar, St. Joseph´s College, India
Diatoms World, Mostafa Moonir Shawrav, Institute of Solid State Electronics, Austria PbI2 Crystallization, TESCANCoral, TESCAN
Rotaviruses, Electronmicroscopy, Elisabeth M. Schraner, Institutes of Vet. Anatomy and Virology, Switzerland Rhaphoneis - Pavel Skaloud, Charles University, Věda je krásnáPaulinella chromatophora - Yvonne Nemcova, Charles University, Věda je krásná
Plasma coating crossection, TESCANEudorina - Pavel Skaloud, Charles University, Věda je krásná1- CVD grown diamond film, Magdalena Parlinska, University of Rzeszow, Poland
Scenedesmus quadricauda - Viktor Sykora, Charles University , Věda je krásná1- Gel beads coated with a RuC13 coatings, Magdalena Parlinska, University of Rzeszow, Poland Leaf Fract, TESCAN
Chroococcus giganteus - Jan Stastny, Charles University, Věda je krásná4- Gel beads coated with a RuC13 coatings, Magdalena Parlinska, University of Rzeszow, Poland Uniform core shell Fe nanoparticles, S. Bandyopadhyay, NTNU, Trondheim

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Tuesday, 9 September
Time: 12:30 - 14:00

MAD CITY LABS (20 min)
Room: Small Theatre (1st floor)

Single Molecule Imaging Solutions from Mad City Labs

Single Molecule approaches to understanding biological processes present unique challenges for microscopy. Traditional microscope platforms were not designed to meet these challenges, and often must be modified substantially to do so. We have developed a versatile, modular, open and extensible platform designed around Single Molecule Imaging methods to make customization and innovation straightforward. This system, which we call the RM21™, serves as a framework on which to develop specific imaging solutions. Based on this platform, MCL also offers a multi-wavelength, micro-mirror TIRF (MM-TIRF) microscope designed specifically for studying the composition and ordered kinetics of complex cellular machines. It eliminates multi-band-pass dichroic mirrors, and utilizes a spatially, rather than spectrally separated TIRF strategy to deliver superior signal to noise ratios for single molecule analyses. We have also developed an active stabilization system called the Nano-Cyte® that enables the straightforward implementation of single molecule localization microscopy and volumetric imaging. The Nano-Cyte® can be retrofit onto existing inverted microscope platforms or integrated with the RM21™. These systems can be used together and separately as the core elements of specific Single Molecule Imaging Systems and Solutions.








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