Mshot Inverted Fluorescence Microscope for Live Cell Research - Field of mRNA Recombination
release time:2022-07-05

Live cell fluorescence imaging can observe the dynamics and interactions of specific biomolecules for a long time, which is indispensable for modern cell biology research. Numerous technological innovations over the past years have driven the practicality of live cell imaging, such as the development of fluorescent proteins as gene expression and specific markers, enabling the field of mRNA recombination. Inverted fluorescence microscopes are used for live cell studies to better accommodate media-filled dishes/imaging vessels.


Fluorescent labeling of live cell samples

A user in Hubei, China wanted to observe live cell samples, and later needed to be fluorescently labeled for mRNA recombination. Engineers in the Hubei region of Micro-shot recommended the inverted fluorescence microscope MF53-N.


Inverted Fluorescence Microscope MF53-N

It adopts an excellent infinity achromatic independent correction optical system, equipped with a long working distance plan achromatic objective lens and a large field eyepiece. Good weak fluorescence imaging, using turntable fluorescence switching method, can configure a variety of fluorescence including UV, V, B, G, Y, R, etc., can observe DAPI, FITC, TRITC, Alexa Fluor series, Cy3 series and other common Fluorescent dyes are widely used in CTC detection, FRET, cellular immunity and other fields.

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