abberior and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) have launched a collaboration on the application of MINFLUX in biology. The goal of this agreement is to combine forces regarding further development of the method, and to apply superresolution MINFLUX microscopy to living systems.
To this end, abberior installed a MINFLUX system at the EMBL Imaging Centre in Heidelberg, Germany in August 2020. This nanoscope will be used for developing imaging workflows and for targeting a broad range of biological questions. After successful proof-of-concept applications, the system will also be available for external users in the framework of the new EMBL Imaging Centre.
“This collaboration will allow us to apply MINFLUX to highly relevant questions in biology and to push the limits of this technology. In the near future, we will to adapt MINFLUX microscopy to operate in living systems.” said Christian Wurm, Head of the abberior application team.
The abberior MINFLUX system is the newest addition to the abberior product portfolio. It is the first commercialized microscopy system that provides true molecule-size resolution and holds the world-record in temporal resolution for single particle tracking.