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ProductsImageXpressULTRA from Molecular Devices
Company Molecular Devices
Item ImageXpressULTRA
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Description The ImageXpressULTRA imaging system from Molecular Devices is a fully-integrated true point-scanning confocal system for automated acquisition and analysis of images for high throughput cell-based screening.

ImageXpressULTRA is powered by MetaXpress, a complete software solution for screening acquisition, image storage and analysis. MetaXpress enables users to select a standard image analysis routine or develop custom protocols to fit the researcher's specific needs.

The system features four solid-state lasers providing up to 4 simultaneous excitation wavelengths (405, 488, 532, 635 nm), a galvanometer for X scanning and a stage for Y scanning. Users can configure variable scan size to optimize speed. The confocal microscope is designed for scanning standard multi-well plates or slides, for live cell or fixed samples.
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