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Fluorescence Microscopy

Fluorescence microscopy is an imaging field that uses a light source to excite fluorophores in order to recover a detection signal, the fluorescence.

Fluorescence is a signal of a higher wavelength (of a different color) with a lower energy than the excitation source used.

There are many microscopy techniques using fluorescence (Confocal, TIRF, STORM, PALM, SMLM, Spinning Disk, Lightsheet,…). Oxxius has been supporting research institutes, start-ups and manufacturers using these techniques for the last twenty years in order to contribute to their development with our laser sources and wavelength combiner.

Oxxius develop wavelength combiners for all fluorescence microscopy technologies. Its flexible design allows you to create over 1,000,000,000 configurations from UV to IR Oxxius’s lasers.

Lasers specifications:

  • Wavelength compatibility with fluorochromes
  • High power stability
  • High beam quality
  • Long lifetime
  • Easy to use, lower maintenance, compact footprint
  • Fiber coupling option with SM, PM or MM fiber

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