• BioScope Resolve BioAFM - Brochure 2.5MB
Bruker’s BioScope Resolve™ BioAFM features the highest resolution atomic force microscopy imaging and most complete cell mechanics capabilities available for use with an inverted optical microscope. The ability to sync optical and atomic force microscopy data in real-time allows BioScope Resolve™ users access to data previously unavailable. Resolve utilizes Bruker-exclusive PeakForce Tapping® technology to enable researchers to combine piconewton-level force measurements and spectroscopy, with the highest resolution bio-imagery at every pixel. In essence, the BioScope Resolve™ BioAFM is an essential tool for life science researchers to push the boundaries of life sciences investigation into the realm of nanoscale biochemical reactions and nanomechanical properties.
• PeakForce Tapping Brochure
Bruker’s exclusive PeakForce Tapping® is the most significant scientific breakthrough in atomic force microscope (AFM) technology since the introduction of TappingMode™. It provides unprecedented high resolution imaging, extends AFM measurements into a range of samples not previously accessed and uniquely enables simultaneous nanoscale property mapping.
• Worldwide Service and Support - Brochure 2.7MB
Our highly trained team of support engineers, application scientists, and subject-matter experts are wholly dedicated to maximizing your productivity with system service and upgrades, as well as application support and training across a very wide range of disciplines.
• Imaging of the DNA Double Helix with PeakForce Tapping Mode Atomic Force Microscopy - AN-142 1.5MB Download
Recent advances in AFM have made the study of DNA structures more achievable. In particular, Bruker’s exclusive PeakForce Tapping® technology has enabled routine high-resolution imaging of the DNA double helix at quantifiable imaging forces, without the need for specialized probes or restrictive AFM designs.
•Quantitative Nanomechanical Measurements on Live Cells with PeakForce QNM - AN141 2.7MB Download
Measuring and mapping mechanical properties of live cells is of high importance in today’s biological research. This application note reviews the capabilities of BioScope Resolve to map the properties of soft samples, including live cells and gels, with force volume and PeakForce QNM modes. It also demonstrates features of the NanoScope Analysis software to collect and analyze the data from these techniques.