Biostation IMQ Time Lapse Imaging System by Nikon Instruments Europe

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Live cell imaging - The perfect solution for long term time-lapse microscopy. The Nikon BioStation IM-Q is a compact cell incubator and monitoring system that allows users with minimal microscopy experience to conduct live cell imaging without a steep learning curve. The BioStation IM-Q facilitates a broad array of short-term and long-term time-lapse experiments, including studies of cell growth, morphology, and protein expression, by providing consistent environmental control of temperature, h... Read more


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  • Application Area: Time Lapse Microscopy

"I have use the Nikon Biostation for my time lapse study of single cancer stem cells over a period of time. The results are absolutely mind blowing and quality of my publications was improved. Above all, it has user friendly software and the data interpretation is simplified."

Review date: 20 Aug 2015 | Biostation IMQ Time Lapse Imaging System
Live cell imaging - The perfect solution for long term time-lapse microscopy.

The Nikon BioStation IM-Q is a compact cell incubator and monitoring system that allows users with minimal microscopy experience to conduct live cell imaging without a steep learning curve. The BioStation IM-Q facilitates a broad array of short-term and long-term time-lapse experiments, including studies of cell growth, morphology, and protein expression, by providing consistent environmental control of temperature, humidity and gas concentration in combination with phase and fluorescence imaging of exceptional quality. Additionally, researchers can select from two types of microscope cameras. Perfusion capabilities further expand experimental possibilities.