At abberior, we embrace all applications and offer solutions for even the most challenging ones. Our development team has decades of experience building (superresolution) microscopes and nanoscopes. With the unprecedented flexibility offered by our modular platforms, we are prepared to address any and all your imaging concerns. We are a team of problem-solvers and, what’s more, we have fun doing what we do best.
Many eyes see more than one. The MATRIX detector drastically improves signal-to-background ratio, resolution, and dynamic range.
TIMEBOW lifetime imaging for stunning results at confocal and STED super-resolution.
Brings down the light dose on your sample and lables dramatically. Key ingredient for volume and live-cell superresolution.
abberior developed an Expo STED demonstrator for teaching and illustration purposes. This microscope closely models our INFINITY line in appearance and simulates various STED experiments in the software. In contrast to our real microscopes, its optics cover is made of transparent glass in order to allow an unrestricted view of the optical arrangement of the microscope, including the beam path, which is lined out with hazard-free laser sources. A touch pad allows controlling the parameters for superresolution STED nanoscopy, i.e. individual laser powers, type of sample etc.
One of our Expo STED demonstrators was on display at the Nobel Laureate exhibition in Göttingen from December 11th, 2016 till May 28, 2017. The exhibition highlighted Stefan Hell’s story of winning the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
abberior has developed a fully motorized upgrade for polarization anisotropy measurements with our INFINITY line. It is entirely compatible with all STED imaging modes. To this end, every beam path – excitation, STED, as well as the detection beam path – is equipped with motorized polarization optics. Full software integration and a dedicated calibration procedure ensure that the user can select arbitrary polarization conditions for each beam of her INFINITY STED microscope.
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abberior makes it possible
Why do we usually recommend APDs in our microscopes and why aren’t we worried about the supposedly lower dynamic range?
Having too many photons is never a problem. Therefore, detectors with the highest quantum efficiency are always the best choice, such as in a MATRIX array.
3D-STED and aberration control, the easy way