ZEISS reveals its Celldiscoverer 7 for advance cell imaging in life science

The planet is full of surprises respective to the life around us. The science behind life is still under exploration as the topic is so deeply rooted that each element related to life science needs an intense study and every successful exploration is an innovation for us.

ZEISS, a technology company, launched an automated microscopy system for the use of life science research. ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 is an accurate mechanism equipped with precise image quality and flexibility of traditional microscopic research. Researchers can obtain superior data in less time by 2D or 3D cell cultures, tissue section, or minute organisms.

Compared to other box type microscopes, ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 can be modified to a complete array of tasks and functions. The system is equipped with various alterable incubation and detection features to meet the requirement of research labs.

The ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 enables the user to select from a wide range of microscope cameras to perform live cell experiments and record it with a time lapse. The latest optical design of ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 is integrated with superior automatic calibration which facilitates the researchers to reproduce high quality data even from time-lapse imaging experiments.

The newly developed autofocus not only indentifies but also constantly focuses on the sample, and further perceives the size and visual properties of the sample, resulting in the delivery of excellent image quality with the help of ZEISS Autocorr.

The additional software provided by ZEISS automatically analyzes the largest area for scanning a sample and dynamically secures the object from collisions with the sample vessel.

ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 can be included in every common lab. The experimental data are effortlessly converted into file formats.

However, the system will be exhibited at the coming Neuroscience and ASCB annual meetings.

Vaibhav Bhosale undertook the post of Content Writer at Medical Device News in November 2016, following a 1.2-year of experience as an Project Lead; Instructional Writer at eNyota Learning Pvt. Ltd. His immense interest in reading brought him in this field. He can be reached at vaibhav@medicaldevicenews.net