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Notes d’application

Nikon NIS-Elements Software: utilizing deep learning to denoise confocal data

janvier 2020

Noise is a fundamental component of confocal images, a result of discreet digital sampling of continuously emitting photons from samples. The contribution of noise to image quality (signal-to-noise ratio) increases as the signal decreases as a square-root function. Using a trained neural network, we use artificial intelligence to remove the shot noise component from confocal image data, allowing an increase in image quality and the ability to acquire dimmer samples at faster rates. NIS-Elements software’s deploys this trained network for live or post-acquisition processing.

Hardware Triggering: Maximizing Speed and Efficiency for Live Cell Imaging

décembre 2017

Live cell imaging experiments now require higher speeds and more data throughput than ever before. Nikon Instruments has robust tools that enable hardware triggering of imaging devices in microscopy via direct signaling between hardware. This minimizes delays, synchronizes devices, and reduces the exposure of specimens to light. This Application Note explains how Nikon’s NIS-Elements hardwaretriggering workflow operates, and details its benefits for common time-lapse acquisition routines.