Multiphoton microscope from Bruker has use in neural activity research

Feb. 19, 2016
The Ultima Investigator multiphoton microscope has up to four close-coupled detectors to maximize collection efficiency.

The Ultima Investigator multiphoton microscope for in vivo imaging has up to four close-coupled detectors to maximize collection efficiency and, when combined with a preamplifier, produce signal-to-noise levels that enable high-speed imaging at depths up to 1 μm. A rotatable nosepiece allows for off-axis imaging for in vivo neural activity research.
Middleton, WI

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