Products/Services for Two-photon Fluorescence
X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometers - (77 companies)
Microplate Readers - (98 companies)
Fluorometers - (111 companies)
HPLC Detectors - (56 companies)
Microplates - (106 companies)
Nitrogen Lasers - (9 companies)
Product News for Two-photon Fluorescence
Chroma Technology Corp.
Filter Sets for Fluorescence Microscopy We offer single-band and multi-band filter sets for use in standard epi-fluorescence applications. Our filter sets can be made for any make or model of microscope. We also carry cubes/filter holders for most microscopes. We have filter sets for most of the fluorochromes that are in use and our application scientists can help recommend an appropriate set or design a custom set to your specifications. (read more)Browse Optical Filters Datasheets for Chroma Technology Corp.
Knight Optical Ltd.
Quality Filters and Mirrors for Fluorescence Knight Optical supply high quality optical components for use in fluorometers, fluorescence spectrometers, microplate readers and x-ray fluorescence applications. These applications are extensively used in the medical and biomedical sectors, but are also to be found in the fields of Research and Development, microanalysis and thermal imaging. In addition to this, we also provide a wide range of optics to manufacturers of deep-sea analytical instrumentation. . 1. Fluorescence Filters. We... (read more)Browse Optical Filters Datasheets for Knight Optical Ltd.
Arizona Instrument LLC
Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy explained of 0.025mg/m3*. Since mercury vapor is not something people can see, how do they determine their amount of exposure? Arizona Instrument, LLC manufactures the J505 Atomic Fluorescence Analyzer; a handheld atomic fluorescence spectrophotometer that measures the concentration of mercury in air. The lower detection limit of this instrument is 50ng/m3 (0.000050mg/m3), and it can detect as high as 0.5mg/m3. These detection limits exceed the current industrial exposure limits, as well as clean-up levels... (read more)Browse Gas Instruments Datasheets for Arizona Instrument LLC
Low Cost Fluorescence System a low cost line of research grade fluorescence systems designed for a wide range of applications requiring high sensitivity measurements of powders, liquids, and surfaces. StellarNet, inventor of the miniature fiber optic concave grating spectrometer, has configured systems specifically for low-light applications and, as always, StellarNet instrumentation is built modularized, compact, and rugged for field, process, or lab environments. |. The BLACK-Comet miniature, concave grating... (read more)Browse Fluorometers Datasheets for StellarNet, Inc.
BZ-9000 All-in-one Fluorescence Microscope The BZ-9000 (BIOREVO) represents a revolutionary approach to conventional fluorescence microscopy. This fully-integrated system is capable of performing fluorescence, bright field and phase-contrast imaging on a variety of specimen holders (slides, dishes, well-plates, etc.) - without the need for a darkroom. By integrating a fully motorized, six-objective lens revolver, motorized stage, electronically-controlled filter turret and built-in sample enclosure, the BZ-9000 is able to reduce... (read more)Browse Specialty Microscopes Datasheets for KEYENCE
SST Sensing Ltd.
New Fluorescence Based Optical Oxygen Sensor The LuminOx family is a range of factory calibrated optical oxygen sensors which measure ambient O2 levels using the principle of fluorescence quenching by oxygen. Our unique patented process allows us to produce a sensor that benefits from low power, traditionally associated with electrochemical sensors, while providing a much longer lifetime due to the non-depleting sensing principle. Low Drift. RoHS Compliant. Extended Temperature Range compared to Electrochemical. Low in Cost. Factory... (read more)Browse Gas Sensors Datasheets for SST Sensing Ltd.
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc.
EDX-LE X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometer The EDX-LE is equipped with a detector that does not require liquid nitrogen, thereby achieving lower operational costs and easier maintenance. It has been optimized for the RoHS/ELV screening of materials, individual parts and other samples that are substantially homogenous. The spectrometer is suited to screening a limited range of samples for fixed control criteria. The time required from start of measurement to judgment is as short as one minute for some samples. This is very helpful in... (read more)Browse X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometers Datasheets for Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc.
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc.
RF-20A/RF-20Axs HPLC Fluorescence Detectors A water Raman S/N ratio of at least 1,200 for the RF-20A and 2,000 for the RF-20Axs makes these detectors powerful tools for tests demanding analysis of trace-level components while retaining the acquisition speeds necessary for ultra-fast analysis. Because fast response is necessary to follow the sharp peaks in ultra-fast analysis, the RF-20A and RF-20Axs provide 10 ms response. The quick response time permits ultra-fast LC without loss of separation. Additionally, simultaneous testing of... (read more)Browse HPLC Detectors Datasheets for Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc.
Leica Microsystems, Inc.
New Cameras for Routine Imaging Applications Leica Microsystems has launched two cameras that are ideal instruments for routine brightfield or fluorescence applications. Both cameras are equipped with sensors dedicated to the respective applications that allow live images of up to 30 frames per second and a USB 3.0 interface for fast data transfer. The Leica Application Suite (LAS) and the fluorescence counterpart LAS Advanced Fluorescence (LAS AF) software platform provide for image acquisition and support users in analysis... (read more)Browse Digital and Video Microscopes Datasheets for Leica Microsystems, Inc.
Fischer Technology, Inc.
Phosphorus Content and Thickness of ENP Fischer Technology is pleased to announce the capability of non-destructively measuring simultaneously the phosphorous content and thickness in electroless nickel (NiP) coatings using X-ray Fluorescence Instrumentation (XRF). For the first time this capability is realized for measurements in air (vacuum free), regardless of the underlying base material, AL, Fe, Cu or PCB. Fischer ’s high performance XRF hardware combined with user- friendly advanced fundamental parameter software allows... (read more)Browse X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometers Datasheets for Fischer Technology, Inc.
Parts by Number for Two-photon Fluorescence
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|MPM200-2||Thorlabs, Inc.||Digital and Video Microscopes||and as large as whole animals. MPM200 Multiphoton Microscopes are capable of providing versatile solutions from widefield transmitted light microscopy, to epi-fluorescence imaging, to sophisticated multiphoton techniques allowing the highest levels of detail to be extracted from your data. Thorlabs offers...|
|MPM200-4R||Thorlabs, Inc.||Biological Microscopes||and as large as whole animals. MPM200 Multiphoton Microscopes are capable of providing versatile solutions from widefield transmitted light microscopy, to epi-fluorescence imaging, to sophisticated multiphoton techniques allowing the highest levels of detail to be extracted from your data. Thorlabs offers...|
...of conventional. Among these areas of research, the one that has experienced. lithography.3-5. the most explosive growth is two-photon fluorescence. m i c r o s c o p y. ( w w w. n e w p o r t . c o m / TA C / A p p s N o t e 3 2 ) . Two-photon polymerization (TPP) is a serial process...
Several laser-scanning microscopy techniques have been developed in the last twenty years based on non-linear optical phenomena.1 This has led to a variety of powerful imaging tools, such as two-photon excited fluorescence microscopy (TPM),2 second harmonic generation (SHG) microscopy,3...
The image quality of a two-photon microscope is often degraded by wavefront aberrations induced by the specimen. We demonstrate here that resolution and signal size in two-photon microcopy can be substantially improved, even in living biological specimens, by adaptive wavefront correction based...
We propose two-photon excited fluorescence (TPEF) microscopy employing a novel phase modulation technique of ultra-broadband laser pulses, which allows the relative excitation of an individual fluorophore with respect to other fluorophores. This technique is based on the generation...
...is. opened and Reissner's membrane is incised. A fluorescent calcium. indicator is applied to the preparation. A custom-built upright twophoton. microscope was used to image the preparation using 3-D. scanning. We are able to image about one third of a cochlear turn. simultaneously, in either the apical...
Site selective two-photon tissue image cytometry has previously been successfully applied to measure the number of rare cells in three-dimensional tissue specimens up to cubic millimetres in size. However, the extension of this approach for high-throughput quantification of cellular morphological...
At Purdue, gold rods with a specific aspect (length-to-width) ratio shine brightly when illuminated by infrared light. According to researchers, the nanorods are ideal for two-photon fluorescence, a type of imaging in which two photons hit the nanorod simultaneously. Cheng is developing "nonlinear optical...
...provide optical sectioning required for 3-D resolution. On the other hand, techniques that do provide 3-D resolution, such as confocal or two-photon microscopy, typically offer only limited fields of view and penetration depths.1 Macroscopic imaging with such techniques is quite laborious...
...of two-photon excitation microparticle fluorometry (TPX). Polystyrene microparticles for this technology have demonstrated utility for immunoassays. The antibody-coated solid-phase particles are capable of capturing an antigen and then quantitating the capture with a fluorescently labeled tracer antibody....
...of microscopy was first reported in 19822,. Microspectrometer. and later revisited by the Xie group in 1999.3 Being a. Introduction. nonlinear process, CARS allows image sectioning similar to. two-photon excited fluorescence microscopy without the. Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering (CARS) was first...
Engineering Web Search: Two-photon Fluorescence
Two-photon absorption - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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MIT So Lab homepage
So, P. T. C., "Two-photon Fluorescence Light Microscopy," Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, in Press.
Brain Research Institute
Two photon or multiphoton laser-scanning microscopy is the latest technique to be introduced commercially in the filed of fluorescence laser scanning
Two-photon-induced fluorescence from the phycoerythrin protein
Two-photon-induced fluorescence from the phycoerythrin protein Zhongping Chen, D. L. Kaplan, K. Yang, J. Kumar, K. A. Marx, and S. K. Tripathy
Schwille Lab: Two-Photon FCS
Furthermore we investigate the fluorescence emission characteristics of standard dyes in two-photon fluorescence correlation spectroscopy for
Imaging Melanin by Two-Photon Absorption Microscopy
Imaging Melanin by Two-Photon Absorption Microscopy Tong Yea*, Gunay Yurtsevera, Martin Fischera, John D. Simona, Warren S. Warrena,b aDepartment of