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Structural Imaging Approaches Shed Important Light on Novel Coronavirus Entry and Infectivity

High-resolution cryo-electron microscopy imaging of the CoV spike protein complex has revealed both expected and novel structural elements – signifying capabilities previously not observed in this family of coronaviruses..

The LUMOS II FTIR Microscope from BRUKER: Reasons to Upgrade Infographic

The LUMOS II is as an easy-to-use, stand-alone FT-IR microscope with peak performance across transmission, reflection, or attenuated total reflectance (ATR) modes.

The NANOJECT III Programmable Nanoliter Injector from DRUMMOND: Product Review Infographic

The Drummond Programmable Nanoject III Nanoliter Injector offers a number of state-of-the-art features to provide easy setup and operation as well as more accurate injection volumes down to 0.6 nanoliters.

Single Channel Versus Multi-Channel Electrophysiology: How Does it Work?

Multi-channel electrophysiological recordings are the sum total measurements of electrical activity across a cell membrane. Single-channel recordings are the discrete measurements of individual channel activity. We summarize the details of the techniques and their use in neuroscience applications.

Forging the Path of the Imaging Resolution Revolution

As imaging technologies continue to forge ahead, a few areas in particular promise to make for an interesting year and offer extraordinary vision for what is to come.

CRAIC Technologies UV-Vis-NIR Microanalysis Solutions: Product Review Infographic

Superior microanalysis systems to collect images of sample features ranging from sub-micro to hundreds of microns

The TCAT-2 Animal Temperature Controllers from Physitemp: Product Review Infographic

The TCAT-2 Animal Temperature Controllers deliver precision performance and feedback to ensure the highest level of temperature accuracy

Advancements in Brain Imaging Technologies Showcased at the Society for Neuroscience Conference

The annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience is a humbling experience. The electrifying hum of high-minded neuro-speak echoes among the attendees – over 30,000 strong. A resounding topic of discussion this year included new imaging technologies and the insight these may provide into complex brain processes.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain: Unprecedented Power and Resolution

The latest MRI systems have now surpassed the 10 Tesla mark -- making clear the power of the technology for cutting-edge brain research and advanced diagnostics.

Immunoreagents and Emerging Applications in High-Resolution Imaging and Microscopy

In addition to the proliferation of microplate imaging technologies, antibodies and immunoreagents have become invaluable in many advanced cell biological and physiological research areas -- such as high-resolution imaging and super-resolution microscopy.

The Bruker Senterra II Raman Microscope: Reasons to Upgrade Infographic

The SENTERRA II is designed to deliver excellent sensitivity with high spectral resolution, rapid mapping/imaging, and fully automated OQ/PQ validation.

Progress in 3-D Imaging Microscopy and Brain Mapping

High-resolution mapping of neurons and neuronal connectivity in the brain has required innovative multi-beam electron microscopy approaches.

LabX Highlights of the 2017 Society for Neuroscience Conference

The myriad of new technologies and enabling solutions on display are driving research and offering promise for the ever-quickening pace of discovery.

Electrophysiology Equipment that Every Lab Needs

Whether focused on whole-cell, patch clamp, or artificial lipid bilayer recordings, there are a number of required items in outfitting an electrophysiology lab. We take a moment to briefly describe the major techniques and provide links for accessing the necessary equipment.

Versatile and Efficient Benchtop Scanning Electron Microscopes

Benchtop scanning electron microscopes address size efficiency without sacrificing features that make the technology powerful for many research applications.

What is a Limitation of Using Electron Microscopes to View Specimens?

Electron Microscopy (EM) provides atomic level details into the structure of cells, tissues, and other specimens. Limitations are briefly discussed here.

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