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Therefore, we compared images of nanoparticles in the time-resolved fluorescence microscope (Fig.
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They hope to eventually pair their sensors with some type of portable device that would contain an inexpensive fluorescence microscope, which Kool says a number of other laboratories are already working on.
To do this, the researchers put an anesthetized mouse on a fluorescence microscope stage positioned over the instrument's optics.
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The samples are mounted above an inverted fluorescence microscope, used to study folding of tagged RNA molecules.
We made observations at a magnification of 200x under a fluorescence microscope (Olympus BX50, Tokyo, Japan) connected with an HCC-600 color camera system and SCG image analysis software (DHS-SCG, version 1.
To monitor the positions of these various RNA forms and the DNA, Lawrence's group used special filters that enabled them to see two colors at the time in their fluorescence microscope.
Fluorescent labeling has been used routinely to image biological samples, typically by using fluorescent dyes that make the objects of interest light up under a fluorescence microscope.
This is done with a machine called histocutter, which is a combination of a fluorescence microscope and a microtrome, to cut slices of bone out of the view of the microscope.
The antibody is labeled with a fluorescent dye that glows when observed with a fluorescence microscope.
By combining the worldwide first battery-operated and mobile fluorescence microscope "CyScope", developed by Partec, with dedicated test kits, for the first time diagnostic services are being offered in high burden countries also to those patients living far from the few capital and large cities in remote areas.

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