Parallel Single-Molecule Force Spectroscopy
Dedicated Optical Tweezers
Optical Tweezers - Fluorescence Microscopy
High-throughput label-free cell interaction studies
Arbre Mobieu |
Between atom and cell
19-21 March, Warsaw Poland
Spring Meeting 2018
11-16 March, Berlin Germany
Single-Molecule Workshop |
@ ShanghaiTech University
9 April, Shanghai China
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Become a part of the future
Join us at various locations for a hands-on workshop on different state-of-the-art single molecule applications of our C-Trap™ optical tweezers-fluorescent microscope and AFS™ Acoustic Force Spectroscopy system. Locations & dates include:
China, Shanghai – ShanghaiTech University – 9th of April, 2018 – Register before 15th of March
USA, New York – The Rockefeller University – 17th of April, 2018 – Register before 15th of March
The Netherlands, Amsterdam – LUMICKS HQ – 4th of June, 2018
The United Kingdom, Cambridge – University of Cambridge – Date to be determined
The field of single-molecule biophysics has radically evolved over the last decade, owing to major technological breakthroughs that enabled landmark experiments.
Now that the single-molecule methods have proven their value, they are ready to make a long-lasting impact on the field of biological research.
LUMICKS provides ready-to-use single-molecule instrumentation, allowing you to focus on your experiments and breakthrough science.
Want to see your favorite proteins in action? Contact us for a demo!
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The C-Trap™ is the world’s first instrument that combines optical tweezers, confocal microscopy or STED nanoscopy (C-Trap™ SR) and an advanced microfluidics system in a truly integrated and correlated way.
The m-Trap™ optical tweezers was developed to lower the price barrier of advanced single-molecule force spectroscopy instrumentation without compromising on performance characteristics.
Acoustic Force Spectroscopy, or AFS™, is LUMICKS’ highly parallel single-molecule manipulation method capable of applying forces on thousands of biomolecules in parallel..