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High-resolution, rapid image acquisition for studying biological structures and dynamic cellular processes

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The Olympus cell^R and cell^M imaging workstations are versatile and modular platforms, which allow rapid multidimensional analysis of fluorescently labeled biological samples. In addition to wide-field imaging, the systems can incorporate a white-light spinning disk confocal unit or additional lasers for total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy (TIRFM).

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Correspondence to Alan Kidger.

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