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Newly formed Center for Optical Bio-Manipulation at the Niels Bohr Institute now equipped with an advanced C-Trap® system

We’re overjoyed to announce the placement of one of our most sophisticated C-Trap® systems at the newly formed Center for Optical Bio-Manipulation (COBM) at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen! The center is based around LUMICKS' C-Trap system, flaunting quadruple optical tweezers, 3 color confocal fluorescence microscopy, and STED…
Ron Eliyahoo
13 July 2021
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Three C-Trap® systems installed in the US East Coast

We are excited to share that three more institutes on the US East Coast are now equipped with a C-Trap® Optical Tweezers – Fluorescence Microscope! The three new instruments are now housed at a new core facility at MSKCC, at the NanoSystems Laboratory at the OSU, and at the UPMC-Hillman Cancer…
Doenja Jansen
17 May 2021
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LUMICKS technologies installed all around the world

As turbulent 2020 was, we are happy to have managed to install various LUMICKS instruments all around the world. Our dynamic single-molecule instruments enable researchers to analyze complex dynamic details related to the behavior and interaction of single molecules. One of these installations is the newly installed C-Trap® system at the…
Doenja Jansen
23 February 2021
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C-Trap® installed at Emory University in Atlanta

We are happy to announce the installation of a new C-Trap® system with correlated optical tweezers and three-color confocal imaging functionality at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. The installed instrument, which is managed by the research group of Prof. Laura Finzi and Dr. David Dunlap, will be used by several…
Kassandra Barbetsea
18 November 2020
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New insights into the initiation of nucleotide excision repair found using C-Trap®

A recent publication in PNAS shows how the catalytically inactive alkyltransferase-like protein (ATL) scans and recognizes detrimental DNA alkylation lesions. The C-Trap® with correlated optical tweezers and confocal microscopy enabled researchers to investigate how ATL interacts with DNA to identify alkyl lesions and interact with associated repair proteins. The findings…
Kassandra Barbetsea
30 April 2020

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