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Discover attractive new packages for ZEISS LSM 8 Family

LSM 800 and LSM 880 confocal laser scanning microscopes

Profit from more sensitivity, resolution and speed. Get the unique combination of gentle superresolution imaging and high speed with ZEISS LSM 8 confocal microscopes:

  • Profit from our novel detector design: Airyscan gives you an instant 4 – 8× improvement of signal-to-noise
  • See the smallest details: Resolve structures of 120 nm (in x,y) and 350 nm (in z)
  • Track the fastest processes: Acquisition speeds of 27 fps (at 480x480, LSM 880 in Fast mode)
  • Protect your sample and save time: Acquire the entire fluorescent spectra of all your labels at once

Attractive new packages of LSM 800 & LSM 880

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Explore how your research benefit from ZEISS LSM 800 and LSM 880 confocal microscopes with our detailed product information brochures. Learn about:

  • Advantages of LSM 8 confocal microscopes that get you ahead in your research
  • Applications and how LSM 8 microscopes fit to specific tasks
  • Overview of the system and available components
  • Detailed technical specifications
  • Provided services

See the difference between conventional confocal and ZEISS Airyscan

HeLa cells, Actin stained with Phalloidin-Alexa 546, AP3 with Alexa 488 - Courtesy of S. Traikov, BIOTEC, TU Dresden, Germany

 

Confocal

HeLa cells, Actin stained with Phalloidin-Alexa 546, AP3 with Alexa 488

Courtesy of S. Traikov, BIOTEC, TU Dresden, Dresden, Germany

HeLa cells, Actin stained with Phalloidin-Alexa 546, AP3 with Alexa 488 - Courtesy of S. Traikov, BIOTEC, TU Dresden, Germany

 

ZEISS Airyscan

HeLa cells, Actin stained with Phalloidin-Alexa 546, AP3 with Alexa 488

Courtesy of S. Traikov, BIOTEC, TU Dresden, Dresden, Germany

mouse brain sections of thy1-GFP line imaged using LSM 880, color coded projection - COPYRIGHT: Yi Zuo, UCSC

 

Confocal

Mouse brain sections of thy1-GFP line imaged using LSM 880, color coded projection

Courtesy of Yi Zuo, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

Mouse brain sections of thy1-GFP line imaged using LSM 880 with Airyscan, color coded projection - COPYRIGHT: Yi Zuo, UCSC

 

ZEISS Airyscan

Mouse brain sections of thy1-GFP line imaged using LSM 880 with Airyscan, color coded projection

Courtesy of Yi Zuo, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

B cell Fubulin<488 - Joseph Brzostowski, NIH/NIAID, LIG Imaging Facility, Bethesda, MD, USA

 

Confocal

B cell Fubulin<488

Courtesy of J. Brzostowski, NIH/NIAID, LIG Imaging Facility, Bethesda, MD, USA

B cell Fubulin<488 - Joseph Brzostowski, NIH/NIAID, LIG Imaging Facility, Bethesda, MD, USA

 

ZEISS Airyscan

B cell Fubulin<488

Courtesy of J. Brzostowski, NIH/NIAID, LIG Imaging Facility, Bethesda, MD, USA

A cricket embryo - Sample courtesy of: Cassandra Extavour Harvard University UK

 

Confocal vs. Airyscan

A cricket embryo. This is an egg-stage 22 Gryllus bimaculatus embryo, stained with phalloidin coupled to Alexa488.

Example Airyscan with NLO excitationThis phalloidin stained muscle in the cricket embryo is imaged with NLO laser excitation (900nm). When imaged with a GaAsP NDD the image shows only little detail, while with Airyscan, multiple structures are visible. Even DCV cannot enhance the quality accordingly.

Sample: courtesy of C. Extavour, Harvard University, UK

Tissue cross section stained with Eosin & Hematoxyllin - Olga Chumakova, UTHSCH, Medical School, Houston, TX

 

Confocal vs. Airyscan

Tissue cross section stained with Eosin & Hematoxyllin. Testis sections from male mice. Imaged with LSM 880 and Airyscan

Courtesy of O. Chumakova, UTHSCH, Medical School, Houston, TX, USA

Mammary gland transplanted outgrowth - Yang Lu (Daisy), Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

 

Confocal vs. Airyscan

Mammary gland transplanted outgrowthGFP / RFP / BRDu Stain mammary ductal structures. PFA fixed and paraffin embedded

Courtesy of Yang Lu (Daisy), Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA

Mouse brain sections of thy1-GFP line imaged using LSM 880, color coded projection - COPYRIGHT: Yi Zuo, UCSC

 

Confocal

Mouse brain sections of thy1-GFP line imaged using LSM 880, color coded projection

Courtesy of Yi Zuo, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

Mouse brain sections of thy1-GFP line imaged using LSM 880 with Airyscan, color coded projection - COPYRIGHT: Yi Zuo, UCSC

 

Airyscan

Mouse brain sections of thy1-GFP line imaged using LSM 880, color coded projection

Courtesy of Yi Zuo, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

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