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Efficient & Inexpensive Microscope for Checking Cell Cultures

Merging novel phase contrast technologies, high quality imaging and user-friendly handling, the CKX53 microscope is optimised to enhance a variety of cell culture applications more

Excellence as a fluorescence microscope for in situ hybridization or as a polarizing microscope

The microscopes of the BX3 line are designed for a variety of purposes such as clinical applications and research, including high-quality fluorescence microscopy more

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Fluorescence Microscope: Live-cell imaging directly in the incubator - even in daylight

Increasingly researchers are using live-cell imaging to study cellular functions. JuLI™, a smart fluorescent cell monitor, was developed to easily view and capture images from live-cell experiments. JuLI™ uses state-of-the-art optics and image analysis to obtain fluorescent and bright field live-cel more

Excellence as a fluorescence microscope for in situ hybridization or as a polarizing microscope

The microscopes of the BX3 line are designed for a variety of purposes such as clinical applications and research, including high-quality fluorescence microscopy. A true color LED system provides the necessary light for transmitted light applications. Its wavelength profile corresponds to that of ha more

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  • Powerful plastic microscope brings better diagnostic care for world's rural poor

    You can learn a lot about the state of someone's immune system just by examining their blood under the microscope. An abnormally high or low white blood count, for instance, might indicate a bone marrow pathology or AIDS. The rupturing of white blood cells might be the sign of an underlying microbia more

  • Video reveals wave character of particles

    Quantum theory describes the world of atoms very precisely. Still, it defies our macroscopic conception of everyday's world due to its many anti-intuitive predictions. The wave-particle dualism probably is the best known example and means that matter may spread and interfere like waves. Now, an inte more

  • Fewer animal experiments thanks to nanosensors

    Countless mice, rats and rabbits die every year in the name of science – and the situation is getting worse. While German laboratories used some 2.41 million animals for scientific research in 2005, by 2009 this number had grown to 2.79 million. One third were destined for fundamental biology resear more

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