The Evolve 512 "Intelligent" EMCCD camera is the first scientific imaging solution that reads out pixel data in photoelectrons, resulting in accurate and reproducible data. With the most advanced feature set available, this small, yet powerful Evolve camera is ideally suited for low-light bioimaging applications.
The following research was published using this camera. Search the Photometrics Published Research Library to view research by application, publication or date.
|April 2015||Journal of Biological Chemistry
Spatial control of epsin-induced clathrin assembly by membrane curvature
|March 2015||Nature Communications
HIV-1 capsids bind and exploit the kinesin-1 adaptor FEZ1 for inward movement to the nucleus
|March 2015||Nucleic Acids Research
Srs2 promotes Mus81–Mms4-mediated resolution of recombination intermediates
|March 2015||PLOS Pathogens
CD169-Mediated Trafficking of HIV to Plasma Membrane Invaginations in Dendritic Cells Attenuates Efficacy of Anti-gp120 Broadly Neutralizing Antibodies
|March 2015||Biophysical Journal
Effect of Phosphorylation on EGFR Dimer Stability Probed by Single-Molecule Dynamics and FRET/FLIM
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