Optical microscope has uses in 3D and 4D live-cell imaging

Aug. 22, 2022
The HT-X1 holotomography optical microscope uses 450 nm incoherent light to generate holographic images.

The HT-X1 holotomography optical microscope uses 450 nm incoherent light to generate holographic images for label-free 3D and 4D live-cell imaging on standard imaging plates for automated screening applications. It features a 0.95 NA objective, 160 × 160 µm field of view, multi-well plate imaging, laser autofocus, and an integrated 5-channel fluorescence engine.

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