During BPS19, we introduced the Surface Assay Toolkit! A unique assortment of new features that enable scientists to investigate the cytoskeleton from a whole new dynamic perspective. The Surface Assay Toolkit brings together the C-Trap™ and m-Trap™ optical tweezers with: Label-free surface imaging using IRM; Rapid fluorescent imaging in solution using Widefield; Fluorescence surface imaging using TIRF; High throughput experimental workflow at the surface. Download the 2019…
At the ASCB | EMBO 2017 meeting, we introduced z-Movi®, a new platform for cell interaction studies. This new method enables direct and label-free screening and sorting of thousands of cells based on their interaction with cell or protein targets. z-Movi® is a breakthrough technology for research and development of personalized therapies, including immunotherapy. It is…
Today, we release the m-Trap®. Watch the launch video! The m-Trap is the first dedicated optical tweezers platform specifically designed to enable scientists to manipulate and measure at the single-molecule level with ultra-high resolution, stability & throughput, at an unprecedented price. We hope that introducing this instrument will bring us closer to the LUMICKS dream of truly unlocking single-molecule analysis.
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