Correlative imagingCorrelative imaging solution from Correscopy
- Ease of use
- Independent - apply on any imaging instrument without it´s modification
- Versatile - works with almost every imaging techniques
Correlative imaging using Raman spectroscopy (Horiba LabRam HR) and scanning electron microscopy (Carl Zeiss Merlin)In this experiment, a surface of an inhomogeneously corroded metal chip was examined. The Correscopy solution was used to correlate variations of Raman spectra against the surface features observed under a scanning electron microscope as a function of the location on the chip.
Correlative imaging using light microscopy (CLSM Carl Zeiss LSM 880) and atomic force microscopy (Bruker Catalyst)In this experiment fibroblasts (cells) were imaged by two high-resolution techniques: light microscopy (Carl Zeiss LSM 880 with Airyscan) and atomic force microscopy (Bruker catalyst). The high-resolution fluorescence data about the cell structure is directly compared with the AFM results which provide e.g. the information about the mechanical properties of the living cell.