The global spinning disk confocal microscope market is segmented on the basis of type, types of spinning disks, application, and region. Confocal microscopy is a fluorescence-imaging technique that produces divinely sharp optical sections through biological specimens. Spinning disk confocal microscopy technology, also known as multipoint (or array) scanners, is based on a light passing through pinholes on a spinning disk microscope to produce multiple excitation beams that are swept across the specimen as the disk spins.
In biomedical research, this is one of the optimum solutions for both routine and high-performance live-cell imaging applications. The technique is highly useful for high speed imaging of living cells expressing fluorescent proteins or stained with membrane-permeant synthetic dyes. Photobleaching and phototoxicity are reduced with spinning disk microscopy, but a tighter light budget requires very sensitive camera systems for optimum signal detection.
On the basis of type, the spinning disk confocal microscope market is classified as spinning-disk confocal fluorescent microscopy, spinning disk confocal laser microscopy. Spinning disk confocal laser microscopy: systems can be used for observing fast events occurring in a small volume when they include a sensitive electron-multiplying CCD camera. On the basis of types of spinning disks, the global market is classified into Nipkow disk systems, and DSU disk systems.
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Nipkow Disk systems provide good confocality and improved throughput, but their pinholes do not enable much light transmission. Modification to this system adds a second disk of micro lenses to focus the excitation light and to improve transmission efficiency. Under DSU Disk System, with proprietary, patent-pending disk technology, this system delivers optical sectioning capabilities similar to those of a Nipkow disk system with a greater light throughput by using a disk consisting of a pattern of slits (as opposed to pinholes). It has five easy-to-change disks of varying slit widths, each matching an objective’s numerical aperture, magnification and specimen thickness.
Basedon application, the spinning disk confocal microscope market is classified into semiconductor, chemical industry, medical care, and academic institutes. Geographically, the global market is classified into North America, China, Europe, Japan, India, and Southeast Asia. North America holds the largest market share of the global spinning disk confocal microscope market. This is due factors such as favorable funding scenario, rising focus on nanotechnology, and technological advancements are driving the growth of this region. Asia Pacific is growing at fastest pace. This is due to improving R&D infrastructure, rising focus of market players, and increasing government initiatives.
The key players in the spinning disk confocal microscope market include Brucker, Leica Microsystems, Nikon Corporation, Fly limited, Olympus Corporation, Asylum, Micro engineering in Denmark, Japanese Electronics Co., Ltd., Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation, and Carl Zeiss AG.
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