Bruker launches Vutara superresolution microscope

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

October 21, 2020 -- Bruker has announced the launch of the Vutara VXL superresolution fluorescence microscope for use in nanoscale biomedical imaging.

The system features the company's single-molecule localization (SML) technology, which Bruker says enhances spatial genomics capabilities for research purposes. Furthermore, the product is affordable and easy to use, with a compact footprint and advantages for workflow, according to Bruker.

Bruker's Vutara VXL superresolution fluorescence microscope. Image courtesy of Bruker.

Bruker said that it expects Vutara VXL will broaden access to 3D single-molecule localization microscopy and advance understanding of cellular biology at the nano level.

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