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Quantitative Imaging of Living Biological Samples by PeakForce QNM Atomic Force Microscopy

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Uploaded on Aug 17, 2011

The promising PeakForce QNM® imaging mode and Peak Force Tapping™ technique applied by the BioScope™ Catalyst™ AFM microscope look to provide the acquisition speed and quality resolution needed to measure the mechanical properties of living cells ex vivo — thereby surpassing the previous limitations of force spectroscopy used for life science research.

Our AFM webinar series presented this exciting topic which showed an overview of the biological samples that can be imaged, the unique information that can be extracted from the AFM data, ideal probes' specifications for fluid and air, and the new potential for AFM microscopy opened with these techniques and technologies.

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www.bruker-axs.com/PeakForceQNM
www.bruker-axs.com/ScanAsyst
www.bruker-axs.com/PeakForceQNM
www.bruker-axs.com/Bioscope-Catalyst-Ato­mic-Force-Microscope

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