The central feature shared by all EVOS cell imaging systems is their remarkable image quality. In just a few clicks, capture clear, bright, publication-quality images that help you tell the story of your data. These images show the versatility and range of applications that EVOS systems can help visualize. Look-up the antibodies used in the immunostaining here.
With EVOS cell imaging systems, you can compile movies from individual images, such as time-lapse, Z-stack, tile-stitching, whole plate stitching, 3D visualization, analysis, and deconvolution. These videos show some of the ways that EVOS movies can help you tell the story of your data.
Designed to eliminate the complexities of microscopy without compromising performance, EVOS cell imaging systems make cell imaging available to almost every lab and budget. Use our Reference Article Database to learn how researchers like you are publishing research using EVOS cell imaging systems.
|Cancer||A public BCR present in a unique dual-receptor-expressing lymphocyte from type 1 diabetes patients encodes a potent T cell autoantigen||Cell||2019|
|Cancer||Brominated diphenyl ether-47 differentially regulates cellular migration and invasion in a human first trimester trophoblast cell line||
|Cancer||Confinement-Driven Photophysics in Cages, Covalent− Organic Frameworks, Metal–Organic Frameworks, and DNA||
Journal of the American Chemical Society
DLC1 is a direct target of activated YAP/TAZ that drives collective migration and sprouting angiogenesis
|Journal of cell science
||Expression profiles of miRNAs in giant cell tumor of bone showed miR‐187‐5p and miR‐1323 can regulate biological functions through inhibiting FRS2||Cancer Medicine
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