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Optimising Irradiance for Fluorescence Microscopy

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Author: CoolLED
Monday, May 11, 2020
CoolLED Ltd.

In fluorescence microscopy, the light hitting the sample can make all the difference between an experimental breakthrough and inconclusive results. However, when optimising an experiment, components such as the light source can often be overlooked, leading to a reduction in image quality. In our new white paper, we explain how to achieve quality images and insightful data through improving irradiance – including which microscope components should be considered and why less is sometimes more.

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