Developed in collaboration with Prof. Bram Koster's team at Leiden University Medical Centre (LUMC) in the Netherlands, the CMS196 is the result of 4 years of R&D.
“The correlative stage was developed out of the necessity for a tool that uses fluorescence microscopy to help localize structures of interest in samples for high resolution cryo electron microscopy imaging. Over the years the system has evolved into an effective and efficient instrument that enables the imaging of cryo electron microscope images after light microscopy characterization routinely.” Prof. A.J. Koster - LUMC
Features / Highlights of the CMS196M