Huygens Widefield Deconvolution Software
Specially designed to take into account the optical properties of all brands of Widefield & Brightfield Microscopes
With the Widefield & Brightfield optical option in the Huygens software
, Widefield & Brightfield Microscope
images can be deconvolved
with truly stunning results. Huygens deconvolution increases the signal on widefield or brightfield images increases the signal manyfold, the resolution in xyz and, restores from noise. Therefore, the images will be easier to visualize and analyze. The default algorithm used for deconvolution in the Huygens Software
is the Classic Maximum Likelihood Estimation (CMLE)
, but the Good's roughness Maximum Likelihood Estimation (GMLE)
algorithm suited for noisy images is also available within the Widefield & Brightfield Optical Option.
Stained structures (kinetochore complex) involved in cell division, Image kindly provided by Dr. Livio Kleij (facility) and Martijn Vromans. Medical Oncology, UMC Utrecht, The Netherlands.
All Microscope Brands
All brands of Widefield & Brightfield Microscopes are supported, as well as many File Formats.
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"Our images are improved amazingly by the Huygens software. That's why we decided to buy the wide-field microscope deconvolution option, and we are very happy with it! Now we are thinking of buying the PSF distill option as well."
MSc. Di Zi, Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS), Leiden University, The Netherlands.
"So far Huygens seems to surpass our other products at least for deconvolution and also surface rendering, and most of all, the technical support that you have provided is truly tremendous."
Huong Ha, Neuroscience Program, Stanford University, USA.
Huygens Widefield & Brightfield Deconvolution Gallery
This image is a single XY (2D) slice of an original multi channel widefield stack. The image is restored with deconvolving the whole stack using a QMLE algorithm as detailed in this deconvolution procedure. Image kindly provided by Dr. Rita Reis, Lab. Molecular Genetics, IBMC, Porto, Portugal.
See more: Images in the field of Genetics Biology
Macrophage fluorescently stained for tubulin (yellow), actin (red) and the nucleus (DAPI, blue). Right: original image, recorded with a wide field microscope. Left: the same dataset, deconvolved using Huygens Professional. The datasets are visualized with top-view maximum intensity projections in the Huygens MIP Renderer. Image kindly provided by Dr. James Evans, Whitehead Institute, MIT Boston MA, USA.
See more: Images in the field of Cell Biology
Available for Huygens Essential, Professional and Core
The Huygens Widefied & Brightfield optical option supports all brands of widefield & brightfield microscopes. The option can be tested with a free test license. The product is commercially available as a licensed option for Huygens Essential, Professional and Core.
Why wait? Try out this option by downloading Huygens and request a test license, or receive pricing information.
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