The ONI Nanoimager microscope is a desktop super-resolution microscope that provides the possibilities of such techniques as dSTORM, PALM or smFRET in one compact device.
Nanoimager, thanks to the dSTORM technique, allows you to look inside the bacteria with a resolution below 20 nm using super-resolution microscopy based on the location of fluorophores. This allows quantification and understanding of the inner workings of a cell on an unprecedented scale and resolution.
Utilizing fluorescent labeling capabilities, the Nanoimager not only displays super-resolution images of cell functions, but also offers several tools to quantify this information.
Examples of applications: imaging the organization of nanomaterials, tracking individual protein particles and observing exosomes.
|Dimensions, cm||21.5 (w) x 21.5 (d) x 15.5 (h)|
|Imaging technology||2D and 3D single-molecule localization microscopy (SMLM)|
3D single-particle tracking (SPT)
Total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF)
Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET)
|Imaging channels||2 simultaneous|
|Field of view, μm||50 x 80 with a 100x objective|
250 x 400 with a 20x objective
|Illumination, nm||405, 488, 561, 640|
|Spatiotemporal resolution||Up to 20nm in XY, 50nm in Z via SMLM|
|Objectives||Numerical aperture (NA) from 0.45 to 1.50|
|Magnification||from 20x to 100x|