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Axio Scan.Z1 Digital Slide Scanner

Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH, Electron- and Ion-Beam MicroscopesRequest Info
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OBERKOCHEN, Germany, Jan. 23, 2014 — Carl Zeiss Microscopy now offers an automated, self-calibrating slide scanner for its Axio Scan.Z1 microscope, which digitizes fixed-tissue sections and cytologic specimens in bright-field and fluorescence modes for applications ranging from biomedical research to pharmaceutics.

The tray design captures the entire specimen area of the slide, including the edge, in minutes, and specimens are presented on virtual slides. For fluorescence applications, filter wheels switch wavelengths in 50 ms. The device features a Colibri.2 UV-free LED light source and a focus finder with oblique illumination, called a ring aperture contrast.
Jan 2014

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