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Microscopy Software Modules

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Microscopy Software ModulesZEISS ZEN Connect microscopy software modules from Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH provide information from all dimensions of a sample.

ZEISS ZEN Connect is especially useful for structural analysis, examination of cellular processes, localization of cells, and much more. The software combines numerous functions for day-to-day work with microscopes.

The modules ensure that users focus on the data rather than on the acquisition method because they can initiate a workflow with any microscope, analyze a full sample on a large scale, and identify the specific areas of interest with the automatic overlay and relocation algorithm. Users can then analyze data in a wider context, connecting large field-of-view images with the highest-resolution details and benefit from project-based data storage and effortless image labeling, which enables better control over the data structure in complex experiment setups. 

ZEISS ZEN Connect is available for the company’s full range of optical, confocal, x-ray, electron, and ion microscopes.

Sep 2018

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