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Scanning Microscope

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Olympus.jpgThe all-in-one FSX100 fluorescence and FluoView FV10i confocal laser scanning microscope systems are available from Olympus Life Science Europa GmbH for high-end research images. Designed to remove the complex steps involved in setting up and using advanced fluorescence and confocal microscopes, they ensure that users can concentrate on the images and data. All components of the systems are motorized and controlled via software, with automated focusing, exposure, fluorescence wavelength selection and coverslip thickness correction. Advanced imaging processes, including time lapses, Z-stacks and multiposition image capture, can be performed with ease and combined to provide multidimensional imaging.

Oct 2009

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