The Nikon C1si combines high spectral resolution, high sensitivity, and high acquisition speed.

@article{Larson2006TheNC,
  title={The Nikon C1si combines high spectral resolution, high sensitivity, and high acquisition speed.},
  author={Jeffrey M Larson},
  journal={Cytometry. Part A : the journal of the International Society for Analytical Cytology},
  year={2006},
  volume={69 8},
  pages={825-34}
}
Spectral imaging is a natural extension of the capabilities of confocal microscopes. The first confocal spectral imaging (CSI) instruments were able to acquire spectral data that allowed the emissions of overlapping fluorescent probes to be assigned to data channels representing a spectrum rather than a range of emission wavelengths. This marked a significant improvement over what could be done by channel series with standard confocal microscopes. However the performance of these earlier… CONTINUE READING
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