Latitude S Software

Sets a new standard for the efficient, high-throughput collection of low-dose, single-particle, cryo-EM datasets from Gatan’s cameras.

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Latitude® S sets a new standard for the efficient, high-throughput collection of low-dose, single-particle, cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) datasets from Gatan’s leading K3™, K2®, BioContinuum™, BioQuantum™ K3, GIF Quantum® LS, and OneView® cameras. Only Latitude S optimally integrates your large investments in cryo-EM instrumentation, the transmission electron microscope (TEM) column, and the Gatan camera.
  • Works with cryo-EM’s leading cameras for single-particle analysis: Automate low-dose acquisition on your K3, K2, BioContinuum, BioQuantum K3, GIF Quantum LS, and OneView cameras
  • Highest productivity: Latitude S’ direct interface with Gatan cameras allows the highest throughput and productivity, bar none
  • Platform independent: Works on select Thermo Scientific, JEOL, and Hitachi TEMs; with Latitude S you can freely mix and match EM column brands as optimal for your lab
  • Professionally supported: Onsite applications support and training available
  • Reduce time to find “good ice”: Quickly explore areas of varying thickness and intensity to determine the optimal locations on your grid
  • Avoid repetitive tasks: Leverage grid-based tool and templates to mark hundreds of contiguous or separate regions for further investigation
  • Adjust parameters on-the-fly: Fine-tune and update the remaining steps in the workflow to ensure consistency in your routines
  • Extensive task and session tracking: Acquire a comprehensive, real-time report of session tasks, including current and scheduled actions with timings

Research Spotlight

Diamond Light Source - eBIC for Industry

eBIC for Industry is a recently inaugurated center offering professional cryo-EM services to the global pharmaceutical and biotech industry. Situated at eBIC, a UK National...


Cell Host & Microbe

Zhou, T.; Tsybovsky, Y.; Gorman, J.; Rapp, M.; Cerutti, G.; Chuang, G. -Y.; Katsamba, P. S.; Sampson, J. M.; Schön, A.; Bimela, J.; Boyington, J. C.; Nazzari, A.; Olia, A. S.; Shi, W.; Sastry, M.; Stephens, T.; Stuckey, J.; Teng, I. -T.; Kwong, P. D

Communications Biology

Celia, H.; Botos, I.; Ni, X.; Fox, T.; De Val, N.; Lloubes, R.; Jiang, J.; Buchanan, S. K.

Nature Communications

Basak, S.; Gicheru, Y.; Samanta, A.; Molugu, S. K.; Huang, W.; la de Fuente, M.; Hughes, T.; Taylor, D. J.; Nieman, M. T.; Moiseenkova-Bell, V.; Chakrapani, S.

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