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Scientifica SlicePlatform

A supremely stable platform for long-term electrophysiology experiments with a range of upright microscopes.

Adjustable legs and intelligent design make this platform compatible with many microscopes from the major manufacturers, such as Leica, Nikon, Olympus and Zeiss and the Scientifica SliceScope.

Benefits

Height adjustable

The height of the stage can be altered between 220 and 290 mm to work with a large number of upright microscopes.

Simple mounting

Easily mount multiple manipulators like the PatchStar with sliding carriages for exact positioning.

Easy sample mounting

Mount the Inverted Fixed Platforms at any anywhere on your antivibration table due to the rotatable slotted inserts in the feet.

Combine with a UMS

Add a motorised stage for your microscope to conveniently move your objective above your sample to search for new areas of interest.

Downloads

Download the SlicePlatform brochure for more information.

Design & Specifications

Chamber adapters accepted
Chamber adapters accepted
108 and 110 mm
Minimum platform height
Minimum platform height
220 mm
Maximum platform height
Maximum platform height
290 mm

Ghatak, S., Banerjee, A. and Sikdar, S. (2018). Ischaemic concentrations of lactate increase TREK1 channel activity by interacting with a single histidine residue in the carboxy terminal domain. The Journal of Physiology, 594(1) http://dx.doi.org/10.1113/JP27... 

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