Life Technologies™ offers a wide selection of reagents and kits for cellular imaging including products for fluorescence microscopy, immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization, high content screening, laser capture microdissection, cell-based reporter assays and  small animal in vivo imaging SAIVI).  These products include Molecular Probes® brightest and most photostable fluorescent dyes and dye conjugates, the most innovative reagents and kits for enhanced imaging performance, and a broad range of  imaging accessories.


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Fluorescence Microscopy & Immunofluorescence Fluorescence Microscopy
Create superior fluorescence images using our most extensive selection of fluorescent reagents, antifades, mounting media & staining accessories.
  Laser Capture Microdissection Laser Capture Microdissection
The Arcturus® Laser Capture Microdissection (LCM) method is extraordinarily gentle and ideal for microdissection of single cells or small numbers of cells.
Small Animal In Vivo Imaging Small Animal In Vivo Imaging
Get NIR labeling with Molecular Probes® SAIVI™ reagent, labeling kits, fluorescent microspheres, Qdot® nanocrystals, luciferin & other reagents
  Immunohistochemistry Immunohistochemistry (IHC)
Research products for IHC, including chromogenic and fluorescent detection including antibodies, kits,& accessories
High Content Screening High Content Screening (HCS)
Find HCS assays for the basics of cell counting, segmentation, & viability, as well as novel assays for lipid loading toxicity, internalization, thiol assays & more.
  In Situ Hybridization In Situ Hybridization (ISH)
Sensitive reagents,probes & kits for chromogenic (CISH) and fluorescent (FISH) in situ hybridization
cell imaging systems EVOS® Cell Imaging Systems
The EVOS® line of cell imaging systems makes cell imaging accessible to almost every lab and budget.
   Immunofluorescence imaging

Immunofluorescence Imaging
Select from a complete suite of labeling tools to image any level of target abundance. Achieve sensitivity and resolution from cytoskeleton proteins or scarce receptor species.