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Research Scientist / Senior / PI
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"The microscope objective wheel is a problem. You are not able to use different microscope objectives with the sample. However, the rest is OK and it is easier than silicon to approach. But I do find it annoying to load the tips with the spring system."
- New standards for soft matter and life science AFM
- Most stable platform for highest resolution in imaging and force measurements
- Stand-alone tip scanning design for flexibility in the applications
- Fits to all standard inverted research microscopes from Zeiss, Leica, Olympus and Nikon
- Integrates with advanced optical imaging (DIC, CLSM, TIRF, FRET ...)
- Patented DirectOverlay™ software feature for combining AFM and optical images distortion free
- In-situ imaging in biological/chemical fluids or in air
- Measurements at variable temperatures with perfusion possibilities
- Large scan field of 100×100×15 µm3 with highest closed loop performance through capacitive sensors
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