New Acquisition and Detection Modes with ZEISS Airyscan
07 Oct 2015
Learn about two new detection and acquisition strategies for the ZEISS Airyscan detection module for laser scanning microscopy. ZEISS Airyscan, a new detector concept designed for improved laser scanning confocal microscopy, enables the simultaneous increase of both resolution and signal-to-noise ratio over traditional confocal imaging. Both modes – sensitivity and two-photon – extend the Airyscan benefits of resolution and signal-to-noise ratio to address more sample types.
Joseph Huff, Product Marketing Manager for Laser Scanning and Superresolution Microscopy for ZEISS Microscopy, will discuss:
- The use of Airyscan to increase performance of laser scanning microscopy systems on samples, including cell spheroids, Drosophila brain and live cells.
- How the sensitivity mode can be used to increase acquisition speeds while maintaining signal-to-noise ratio.
- How Airyscan can be combined with two-photon excitation to increase the signal-to-noise ratio and resolution of thick and scattering samples.