A New Capsule-based System for
  preparing Microscopy Specimens

  • Efficient. Fewer specimen "touches."
  • Cuts reagent consumption.
  • Tracking ID on every sample.

Get started with capsule processing for only $48/pack!

New mPrep method helps fight Ebola

Working with the deadly Ebola virus, U.S. Army scientists have found a safer, faster way to handle and prepare hazardous research specimens using mPrep/g capsules.  Read more.

The mPrep Automated Specimen Processor Revealed at M&M 2015
The mPrep™ System ASP-1000, our award-winning automated specimen processor, was revealed at M&M 2015 this year. Recognized by the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening at “Innovation AveNEW,” it is ideal for the busy lab who wants to extend its capabilities..
Flexible and modular, the ASP-1000 is capable of fixation, dehydration, embedding, grid-staining and immuno-labeling — all in one instrument. Purpose-built to handle mPrep™ capsules, the system allows users to virtually eliminate specimen handling, reduce reagent consumption significantly, and accurately track samples.

mPrep/s™ Workstation Offers
Quick, Precise Specimen Orientation

Orient specimens quickly and precisely in mPrep/s capsules — without embedding molds or further downstream handling. The new mPrep/s™ Workstation lets users increase efficiency and reduce specimen handling damage.   ...    read more

 BSL-4 Lab (photo: CDC)

Innovation Award for mPrep System

The Biotech category award was given to Microscopy Innovations at the recent Wisconsin Innovation Awards. Read more.

New Applications Info
  • Applications Notes
    Our latest note covers polymer cross section preparation of drug delivery particles.

    Earlier notes feature nanoparticle,
    macromoledule, and biological tissue preparation, as well as grid staining with the mPrep System.
  • mPrep techniques Videos
    > Specimen Processing
    > Orientation with Workstation
    > Inserting specimens
    > Inserting grids
  • Quick Start Guides for:
      > Oriented Specimens
    Unoriented Specimens
    > Grid Staining

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