Mad City Labs' MicroMirror TIRF system is a new single molecule imaging instrument composed with high precision, high stability nanopositioning and microscopy technologies. It is designed for studying the ordered assembly and function of multi-component biomolecular machines.
The MicroMirror TIRF system utilizes through-the-objective excitation and two broadband micro-mirrors positioned at the back aperture of the objective lens instead of the dichroic used in conventional TIRF systems. This results in superior signal-to-noise ratios, and simplifies the introduction of multiple spectral lines to the experiment.
Key Features Include:
- Integrated imaging and motion control platform
- Spatially separated excitation and emission beams
- Adjustable mounts
- Open access to optical pathways
- Highly stable and flexible platforms
- Integrated slide holder
- TIRF lock feedback control
For more advantages of using the MicroMirror TIRF system, as well as information on its construction and imaging and control specifications, download the datasheet.