The ELYRA 7 microscope is a widefield inverted microscope designed for high-speed super-resolution imaging of biological specimens with minimal light exposure. It is equipped with an incubation system (temperature and CO2 control) and a dual camera adapter that houses two sCMOS cameras (PCO edge) for imaging two channels simultaneously.
The ELYRA7 is capable of out-of-focus light suppression and sectioning via the Apotome module and doubling the resolution of conventional widefield via Lattice Structured Illumination Microscopy (SIM). Novel image processing and imaging modalities like Burst and Leap modes can be used for increased speed and efficiency during imaging. Further, the ELYRA7 also allows for Single Molecule Localization Microscopy (SMLM) techniques such as PALM, dSTORM, and PAINT. SMLM is available with high-power lasers across the visible spectrum giving access to a broad range of fluorescent markers.