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New WPI Microinjector

The new WPI MICRO-ePORETM pinpoint cell penetrator is a simple and versatile system that can be used for efficient microinjection of a diverse array of compounds and biomolecules into oocytes and pre-implantation stage mammalian embryos. Patent pending Flutter Electrode Technology assists in small, clean, precise membrane penetration without tearing or damaging the membrane.

Features:

  • Touch-screen display–resistive touch panel for use with gloves
  • Injection control through foot switch or manually through touch screen 
  • Intuitive user-interface 
  • User adjustable frequency and voltage through touch screen 
  • Small footprint 
  • Four user-programmable protocols 
  • Adjustable audio continuity tone indicating active probe Injection counter to indicate total number of injections 

For further information please read more or contact Tim Watts.

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Webinar : Bio-AFM Applications in Cell Study

Wednesday 13 March 2019
Melbourne (Australia) : 4:30pm (AEDT)
Singapore : 1:30pm
India : 11am
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In current cell studies, researchers are no longer satisfied with just some nice images. Beyond the topography, efforts have been devoted to unveiling the details in functional and mechanical aspects. Atomic force microscopy offers a straightforward solution for such requirements. Its high resolution under physiological conditions makes it possible to develop the understanding of the cells and their environment. The mechanical information obtained simultaneously along with the topography in AFM images has been widely applied to bridge the gap between the structure and the mechanical properties. Thanks to the development in high-speed AFM, fine details involved in dynamic processes happening at the cell surface can be well resolved in real time. The combination of AFM and optical techniques unleashes even greater possibilities for cell microscopy.

As part of the Bruker Bio-AFM series, this webinar will be focused on sharing the new developments in Bio-AFM and their applications in cell studies.
 

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New Microscope Objectives Brochure

Each Nikon microscope objective is precision-crafted to provide the highest level of clarity and overall optical performance. Nikon objectives, including renowned CFI60 infinity optics, deliver brilliant images of breathtaking sharpness and clarity, from ultra-low to the highest magnifications.

Explore some of Nikon's newest developments in high-performance objectives in this brochure.

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HybridStage Automated Large Sample Area Mapping

The Bruker/JPK HybridStage enables automated mapping of sample properties over a large area from millimetres to nanometres and with picoNewton force resolution.

  • Perfect for tissue samples and thicker multi-cellular layers
  • Single Cell Force Spectroscopy (SCFS)
  • Characterisation of cell-cell interactions and extracellular matrix proteins
  • Study adhesion of individual cell on (bio)materials
  • Perform membrane tether experiments
  • Visualisation of structural changes taking place at the molecular level

For further information please contact us or download the application note.

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New WPI Surgical Instruments Catalogue

The 2019 Surgical Instruments Catalogue from WPI is now available, click here to view your copy online or contact Tim Watts for a hard copy.

WPI is proud to offer an extensive line of surgical instruments for all your research needs. Whether you are looking for a pair of fine German surgical scissors or marine grade stainless steel forceps, WPI are sure to offer when you are looking for. Additionally, WPI also offer a large range of accessoires including an electrocautery unit, sterilisation trays and instruments.

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