Bruker has introduced BioScope Resolve™, an advanced atomic force microscope (AFM) that provides new insights into mechanobiology research. The system offers high resolution AFM imaging and comes with complete cell mechanics capabilities for use with inverted optical microscopes.
Bruker’s PeakForce Tapping® technology has been integrated into the system that allows researchers to achieve piconewton-level force measurements, high resolution biological imaging and spectroscopy at every pixel.
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In addition to this technology, the BioScope Resolve uses real-time synchronization of AFM and optical data that allows access to life sciences data such as biochemical interactions, physical structure, and mechanical properties. These capabilities coupled with ease of use and unparalleled productivity have made PeakForce Tapping a significant breakthrough in AFM technology.
The main features of the BioScope Resolve are as follows:
- Advanced AFM performance powered by PeakForce Tapping
- Ease of use and reliability result in unparalleled productivity
- High resolution cellular and molecular imaging of any BioAFM
- Quantitative live-cell mechanical property mapping with PeakForce QNM and FASTForce Volume modes
- Seamless inverted optical microscope and AFM integration for unparalleled correlation of data