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ZEISS Axioscan 7

Your High Throughput Multiplex Imaging Solution

Stanford University, The Lorry I. Lokey Stem Cell Research Building, Conference Room G1161
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Workshop

ZEISS Axioscan 7

Axioscan 7 Highlights

  • Flexible filter concept for imaging all stains, not limited to proprietary kits
  • Image brightfield, polarization, phase contrast, DIC like contrast and fluorescence in a single instrument
  • 3D imaging allows for imaging thick tissue in high resolution
  • Load and unload slides while you image allowing for 24/7 operations

Take back your time with the ZEISS Axioscan 7. Experience the evolution in automated whole slide imaging for brightfield, fluorescence, and polarization applications. Achieve faster brightfield scanning with flash mode and the Axiocam 705 color camera.

The use of multichannel immunofluorescence techniques expands your opportunity for research and discovery, increasing output from precious sample material. Our dynamic slide scanner offers full spectral flexibility pairing the Colibri 7 with discrete single bandpass filters, multi bandpass filters, and fast filter wheels. Self-monitoring in the Colibri 7 ensures precise power output of its ultra-fast switching LEDs for reproducible fluorescence acquisition. Because of the flexible and customizable nature of the axioscan you are not limited to specific dyes or bound by proprietary reagents.

Imaging multiplexed tissue is now faster and gentler than ever with the introduction of a new patented contrast technique. The Transport of Intensity Equation, or TIE contrast, offers damage-free, high speed focusing of fluorescence material. Stained, label-free, and low contrast samples are all made visible with the unsurpassed optical quality that ZEISS is known for. TIE contrast gives your spatial biology even greater context by imaging every cell,stained or unstained, without risk of bleaching. Capture the whole picture, hundreds of slides at a time, without application restrictions. ZEISS Axioscan 7 offers proven quality and reliability to work 24/7 so that you don’t have to.

Presentation

This is a hybrid presentation on October 3rd, 2022 from 11am-12pm PST, hosted at the Stanford University campus at The Lorry I. Lokey Stem Cell Research Building, Conference Room G1161 and virutally on GoToWebinar for those who cannot attend in person. Webinar details will be provided via email after you register for the event below. 

In-Person Product Demonstrations with ZEISS Tissue Samples

We will be hosting 1.5 hour demo time slots available at the Stanford University, The Lorry I. Lokey Stem Cell Research Building, Room TBD on October 4th, 2022 between 9am-5pm PST. To sign-up for a demonstration, use the form below. We look forward to your participation.

Presented By

Benjamin Figueroa, Ph.D.

Your Local Account Manager

Prior to joining Zeiss, Benjamin Figueroa earned his PhD in Chemistry at the University of Washington-Seattle’s Chemistry Department, where he also spent a year as a Postdoctoral scholar. His work included developing new spectroscopy and imaging techniques for understanding single cell metabolism and developing early disease diagnosis tools. Leveraging his expertise in physics, optics, and engineering, his work pushed the frontier of an advanced Raman imaging technique called SRS microscopy as a state-of-the-art optical technique.

Presented By

Sebastian Barreto Ortiz, Ph.D.

Product Application Sales Specialist

Sebastian Barreto Ortiz is currently an Automated Product Application Sales Specialist focused on the Zeiss Celldiscoverer 7 and the Axioscan 7 systems. Sebastian earned his Ph.D. from the Johns Hopkins University in Chemical and Biomolecular engineering, where he worked in vascular tissue engineering fabricating small artificial blood vessels in vitro. Here he developed his love for microscopy, which was the main analysis technique to study the organization of the microvessels he generated

Workshop Location

Stanford University

The Lorry I. Lokey Stem Cell Research Building, Conference Room G1161 265 Campus Drive, Palo Alto, CA 9430 94305 Palo Alto United States

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