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Extreme Research Systems for Nanomechanics, Nanoelectrical, and Nanelectrochemistry

Scan rates of up to 150 lines/sec and scan range of 100µm: Ideal for long term experiments on e.g. single molecules, living cells and tissues

High-speed imaging at 10 frames/sec: Perfect for dynamic experiments on living cells, highly corrugated or steep surface samples

For manipulation, force and tracking experiments and measurement of the smallest forces e.g. particle/cell interactions

For quantifying cell elasticity and cellular response, and measuring cell-cell and cell-substrate interactions

Find exactly the right accessory for controlling sample conditions and performing an extensive range of AFM experiments

One Giant Leap for Nanomechanical & Nanotribological Testing

Enabling Quantitative Nanomechanical Research

Quantitative and Reliable Characterization

Quantitative In-Situ Nanomechanical Testing

Application Notes

The nanoIR3 is the latest generation nanoscale IR spectroscopy, chemical imaging, and property mapping system for both materials and life science applications. The system also provides IR-based chemical imaging to provide mapping of chemical variations of the feature of interest.

Advanced Characterization of Cell Mechanics: Measuring the rheological and viscoelastic properties of gels, cells and tissues

HybridStage™ - Automated, large sample-area mapping made easy. Ideal for the nanomechanical characterization of tissue samples and thicker multi-cellular layers.

The JPK CryoStage: Nano-mechanical characterization with versatile temperature control from -120°C to 220°

Working with the Biomaterial Workstation BioMAT™: Combining Optical Upright Microscopy and AFM for the investigation of opaque samples

Using the CellHesion® module - a practical guide. Ideal for the investigation of cell adhesion and cell mechanics