Provider of imaging systems for life sciences field, Applied Precision has installed a new three-dimensional DeltaVision|OMX imaging device at the Light Microscopy Imaging Center located in Indiana. The DeltaVision|OMX is a super-resolution microscopy system, which increases the optical resolution by over two times, when compared to conventional light microscopy.
The super-resolution capability is vital for microbiologists and cell biologists who want to study events and objects that are beyond traditional microscopy limits. Applied Precision has installed many DeltaVision|OMX platforms last year in Asia, Europe, and North America.
Dr. Claire Walczak, a molecular biology and biochemistry professor in the Indiana University Medical Sciences Program, leads the Light Microscopy Imaging Center. Walczak stated that the microscope is part of the University’s vision to bring advanced technology to its life science researchers. Walczak added that they foresaw that the university’s neurobiologists, cell biologists, and microbiologists would be most benefited from the DeltaVision|OMX imaging system.
Applied Precision’s President, Joe Victor stated that Walczak and the researchers team at the University are carrying out sophisticated research that fulfills the company’s mission of using latest imaging solutions to improve lives.