Understanding the interplay of optical filters, microscope light source and fluorophore selection
can be a complex task, especially when it comes to multi-channel imaging.
However, the selection of each component can make or break a fluorescence microscopy experiment.
It is therefore well worth paying attention to this crucial topic.
In our latest white paper, we tackle this topic head-on to help you make the best filter decisions for your application, and enjoy the best results.
What will you find out?
New approaches for live cell imaging
Technology advances in ultra-fast TTL triggering, image splitters and LED control have revolutionised widefield fluorescence imaging. It’s time to unlock breakthroughs in high-speed, high-contrast imaging with clever tricks involving optical filters and LED microscopy illumination.
Everything you need to know about optical filters
The technology might seem complex, but we guide you through the individual components for single- and multi-channel experiments.
Five top tips
We share advice and links to handy online tools to help you on your way to refreshing your approach to fluorescence microscopy.
Explore the white paper library
The LED microscope light source can have far-reaching impacts on many aspects of science. Visit our Technical Resources page or take a look at our library of white papers below which cover the most important topics, from how to reduce photodamage in bioimaging, to improving the sustainability of the lab:
As ever, if you have any questions about LED microscopy illumination, or you would like to see another topic covered in a white paper, please get in touch.