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B. R. Haas, V. A. Cuddapah, S. Watkins, K. J. Rohn, T. E. Dy, H. Sontheimer. (2011). With-No-Lysine Kinase 3 (WNK3) stimulates glioma invasion by regulating cell volume. American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology, 301(5), C1150–C1160.

C. J. Westlake, L. M. Baye, M. V. Nachury, K. J. Wright, K. E. Ervin, L. Phu, C. Chalouni, J. S. Beck, D. S. Kirkpatrick, D. C. Slusarski, others. (2011). Primary cilia membrane assembly is initiated by Rab11 and transport protein particle II (TRAPPII) complex-dependent trafficking of Rabin8 to the centrosome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108(7), 2759–2764.


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Lattice LightSheet

Revolutionary light sheet microscopy system with spatiotemporal super-resolution and single-molecule sensitivity for live cell research.


Diffraction limited resolution in 3 axes with molecular group sensitivity and unprecedented lightsheet specimen accessibility.


Customizable advanced fluorescence microscopy platform for live cell research.

VIVO 2-Photon

World’s most flexible multiphoton microscopy platform for neuroscience studies.


Customizable advanced live-tissue imaging microscopy platform for neuroscience and cardiovascular studies.


Upright microscope platform optimized for convenient fixed specimen work.

SlideBook digital microscopy software advances research microscopy through the entire experimental process. By managing everything from instrument control to image processing and data analysis, SlideBook allows scientists to focus on investigation rather than instrumentation.


Digital holography pattern photostimulation via spatial light modulation for optogenetics.


Laser-based high resolution X,Y(, Z) microscope scanner for FRAP, photoactivation, photoablation, uncaging, and multiphoton beam scanning.


Pulsed laser ablation system featuring 532nm laser (>60µJ pulses at 200Hz) for precise laser ablation and laser wounding.


Highest speed for extremely fast 3D imaging.


Large field of view for sCMOS and 1K EMCCD cameras and available 50µm and 25µm pinhole disks for high and low NA objectives.


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