Lasers are primarily used for high-resolution and high-throughput imaging techniques, and each wavelength excites a different set of fluorophores. In order to efficiently excite multiple fluorophores, it is necessary to use many single-wavelength lasers in one instrument or experiment.
Label-free imaging has received increased attention in the last decade as a minimally invasive way to observe proteins and cells, and to study the behavior and properties of biological specimens with minimized modification and sample preparation.
HÜBNER PHOTONICS, through the Cobolt Product line, proudly introduces the 08-NLDM 785 nm ESP (enhanced spectral purity) 785 nm laser for Raman as part of the Cobolt 08-01 Series.
CW tunable lasers and their use in TERS Raman spectroscopy [...]