A collection of technical papers, white papers, and application notes
Read about the many solutions, experiments, and applications our products have been used in.
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By Albert David, Zaber Technologies Applications Engineering Team
The Sauer Laboratory at the University of Würzburg implements Re-scan Confocal Microscopy with a new turnkey system from Confocal.nl.
Given the critical role optical filters play in fluorescence microscopy, it is important to understand how such filters transmit both the desired fluorescence signal as well as the undesired...
Thin-film filters that are tunable over a wide range of wavelengths by adjusting the angle of incidence with essentially no change in spectral performance.
This article provides an overview of some of the key recent developments in super-resolution microscopy.
This article is a concise review of various applications in life sciences that are based on fluorescence polarization.
In this article we briefly describe the method to calculate the three main parameters that fully specify color in this system: luminosity, dominant wavelength, and excitation purity.
In this article our aim is to answer some basic questions about the polarization of light, including: what polarization is and how it is described, how it is controlled by optical components, and...
In this article we explore limitations to accurate filter spectrum measurements with standard metrology techniques, and show how these limitations can be managed by a better understanding of the...
This article compares the strengths and weaknesses of some of the most popular component solutions on the market today, and then explains how Semrock’s advanced optical filter technology...
In order to maximize transmission and reliability while minimizing artifacts associated with multiple surfaces, single-substrate filters are designed with hard coatings on one or both sides
Lasers have been advantageously replacing conventional broadband light sources for fluorescence imaging applications
This article outlines a novel approach to spectral imaging based on recently introduced tunable thin-film optical filters.
In this article, the history and development of FPs is discussed, along with what they are and how they work