Multispectral imaging

Cambridge Research & Instrumentation (CRi; Woburn, MA) has launched Nuance 2, an affordable system that converts any brightfield or fluorescent microscope into a multispectral imaging workstation.

Cambridge Research & Instrumentation (CRi; Woburn, MA) has launched Nuance 2, an affordable system that converts any brightfield or fluorescent microscope into a multispectral imaging workstation. For multispectral imaging analysis of a larger specimens, such as embryos, zebrafish, plants, tissue culture and microtiter plates, the Nuance 2 can be mounted onto a fluorescent macroscope. At the heart of the Nuance 2 is the Flex liquid crystal tunable filter, which provides fast, accurate spectral imaging from 420 to 720 nm (VIS model) and 500 to 950 nm (GNIR model), covering the full range of available chromogenic dyes and in vitro fluorophores.
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