SliceScope Pro systems are a range of fully integrated and motorised patch clamping solutions. They allow the user to control manipulators, microscope platforms, microscope condenser and objective f...read more
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Review date: 17 Feb 2014
Application Area: Patch Clamp SliceScope Pro Microscopy Systems
"The SliceScope pro is a motorized microscope with a stable system for patch clamping. "
SliceScope Pro systems are a range of fully integrated and motorised patch clamping solutions. They allow the user to control manipulators, microscope platforms, microscope condenser and objective focus all from simple user consoles. The SliceScope a fixed stage, focussing nosepiece microscope. This defines a new bench mark in imaging and electrophysiology research. Developed in collaboration with the world leading researchers, the SliceScope provides a very stable, compact platform with outstanding optics for efficient automated microscopy. The SliceScope’s smart design is ready to accept a wide range of accessories and light sources to best suit your application.
The SliceScope frame is interchangable between in-vivo and in-vitro configurations, making the SliceScope Pro systems very versatile, ideal for saving space and money.
Features • Motorised focus control: provides fine focus control • Motorised condenser control: for optimal Kohler illumination • Unique “follow software”: to keep pipettes within field of view as you move around your sample • Narrow, ultra stable profile: extra room for equipment around your experiment • Choice of contrast allows you to use your preferred contrast method such as Oblique, IR DIC and Dodt Contrast • Ultra-low noise electronics: Suitable for demanding single channel electrophysiology recordings • Modular design: easily configured into two-photon, confocal and in-vivo designs by the user • Easy pipette exchange: increased productivity and reproducible positioning