Laser company for medical applications – Modulight

Laser company for medical applications - Modulight

Photodynamic therapy
We #KillCancer

Modulight participates in the fight against cancer by providing innovative clinical laser solutions for different laser-assisted therapies.

Ophthalmology
Ophthalmic lasers

Lasers are used in ophthalmology for many indications, such as treating ocular tumors, glaucoma, and intraretinal vascular abnormalities.

In-vitro
Genetics, drug discovery, diagnostics

We support diagnostic applications ranging from endoscopic fluorescence imaging to next generation sequencing

Semiconductor development
Original semiconductor laser design & manufacturing

We believe that the laser diodes should be optimized for your application - not vice versa!

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Personalized medicine and better life

We’re helping people with their novel ideas. We have experience in productization, manufacturing subassemblies in regular production, as well as working to support end-of-life as equally important phase in the life cycle of a medical product.

Products in spotlight:

ML7710

ML7710 is truly the most versatile multichannel & multi-indication laser in the world. The treatment flow has been optimized and it can be further customized to specific needs. ML7710 supports all know photosensitizers. As the only true medical laser platform it also boasts unmatched security for the investment.

ML8500

ML8500 is an automatic system for illuminating well plates. ML8500 has up to six built-in lasers. Cloud-based composing of illumination programs can be done remotely which enables effective research work. ML8500 keeps sample plates within specified temperature and CO2 range.

ML6600

ML6600 is a small plug-and-play laser system with up to 3 lasers of different wavelengths built-in. ML6600 is designed for users that don’t have time or interest for all the complexity with drivers, cooling, power supplies, etc. Just unbox it, and take into use! When ordering, you may request 1–3 wavelengths from the wavelength range 400–2000 nm.

View the list of all Modulight products here. The list can be filtered by wavelength, power, and other parameters as needed.

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Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – October 2021

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – October 2021 This time we wanted to highlight Professor Tebello Nyokong’s team at Rhodes University, since their latest research tackles two big unmet needs in cancer therapy: tumor hypoxia and side effects of the drugs. The team designed multifunctional liposomes that can locally generate oxygen within tumors to alleviate hypoxia, which is a significant contributor to resistance to radio- and chemotherapies. These nanodrugs also hold the potential to reduce problematic side effects of standard cancer therapies as a result of Continue reading →

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – September 2021

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – September 2021 Laser-Sharp Research nomination goes to this month for Professor Kobayashi’s team and Dr. Noriko Sato’s team at National Cancer Institute, National Institute of Health, USA. Their research published in a prestigious Cancer Research journal showed that photoimmunotherapy can not only target tumor cells, but can also be harnessed to target body’s own tumor-promoting immune cells within the tumor. These special cells called intratumoral Tregs were selectively killed by photoimmunotherapy upon illumination with ML7710 laser, which led to activation Continue reading →

Multimodal imaging microscope for tissue engineering applications

Customer case Research by: Computational biophysics and imaging research group at Tampere University. Research topics include development of bioimaging, analysis and biophysics based in-silico tools for new personalized treatments and diagnostics. Modulight products: ML6600 (488, 561, and 635 nm) Laser use: Light source for in-house built multimodal 3D imaging microscope used for imaging tissue engineering processes and products.   Professor Jari Hyttinen     Link to the study:   Toni Montonen, Doctoral Researcher     Motivation for the study Tissue engineering is an evolving field of Continue reading →