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Veritas Microdissection Instrument, with LCM and Laser Cutting from Arcturus, now part of Molecular Devices

ProductsVeritas Microdissection Instrument, with LCM and Laser Cutting from Arcturus, now part of Molecular Devices
Company Arcturus, now part of Molecular Devices
Item Veritas Microdissection Instrument, with LCM and Laser Cutting
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Description Laser Capture Microdissection (LCM) is the method of choice for thousands of researchers worldwide. Veritas Microdissection is the only instrument to offer both LCM and Laser Cutting, providing unmatched flexibility.
  • UV Laser Cutting provides unprecedented speed and precision. Ideal for non-soft tissues and capturing large numbers of cells.
  • LCM is a gentle technique, maximizing biomolecule integrity
    • Ideal for single cells or small number of cells.
Isolate Cells of Interest Quickly and Conveniently

Veritas Microdissection can cut and capture structures from multiple tissue sections or cytological samples with just a few mouse clicks. The AutoScan feature assures identification and capture of cells of interest.

Automation Reduces Hands-On Time

All stage and optical movement, cameras, filters, and objectives are completely computer and software controlled. Each step of the microdissection process is documented and archivable. The Veritas Microdissection system offers unlimited slide processing in batch mode.

Utilize a Variety of Slide and Tissue Preparation Techniques

Veritas Microdissection offers the flexibility to use the slide and tissue preparation techniques best for your applications. The instrument accommodates membrane frame slides, membrane glass slides, and standard glass slides.

Extract Unique Multi-cellular Structures Drawing tools make microdissection of unique multi-cellular structures as simple as single cell dissection.

Fluorescence Package

The Veritas Microdissection fluorescence package includes a high-sensitivity, variable integration time, color CCD video camera and red, blue and green filter cubes for the easy identification and precise dissection of fluorescently stained cells. Custom UV filter cubes are also available.

Info Arcturus, now part of Molecular DevicesArcturus, now part of Molecular Devices
400 Logue Avenue
Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
Customer Service: 650.962.3020
Fax Number: 650.962.3039
Web Site: http://www.arctur.com
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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