Technologies

Part of: Dynamic single-molecule analysis

Get a better understanding of dynamic single-molecule analysis, why is it important and relevant, and the working principle of our technology to measure and visualize biomolecular processes as they happen.

Show me what's possible for:
correlated Optical Tweezers - Fluorescence Microscopy

Correlated optical tweezers with fluorescence microscopy

The combination of optical tweezers and fluorescence microscopy allows for simultaneous manipulation and visualization of molecular interactions in real-time.

What are optical tweezers?

Arthur Ashkin won the Nobel Prize in Physics “for the optical tweezers and their application to biological systems”. In essence, he discovered that light’s momentum could serve as an incredibly sensitive set of tweezers to catch and study biomolecules.

Download our webinar recording:

 

Download our Cell Therapy (CAR-T, TCR, NK) applications deck