Specific techniques are then treated in separate contributions, including holographic microscopy, confocal
laser scanning microscopy, optical projection tomography, electron microscopy, magnetic resonance and X-ray imaging, thin light-sheets, and ex-situ macro photography, with each chapter giving an introduction and discussing technical specifications, operator considerations, ideal environments, and tradeoffs.
Research in the section of pathobiology is focused primarily on the application of morphological techniques - scanning and transmission electron microscopy, confocal
and fluorescence microscopy, immunohistochemistry and autoradiography - in the study of cell cultures, the pathophysiology of diseases in the GI tract, muscle, the lungs, the eye, and the inner ear.
7-AAD/DNA complexes can be excited by argon-ion laser and emit fluorescence with a maxima of 647 nm, making this nucleic acid stain useful for multicolor fluorescence microscopy, confocal
laser-scanning microscopy and flow cytometry.
As one of the most important advances achieved in optical microscopy, confocal
laser scanning microscopy (CLSM) offers several advantages over conventional fluorescence microscopy, including control of depth of field, elimination of image-degrading out-of-focus information, and collection of serial optical sections from thick specimens.
Unlike standard microscopy, confocal
microscopy can strongly suppress out-of-focus light.
It is one of the market leaders in each of its business areas: Microscopy, Confocal
Laser Scanning Microscopy with corresponding Imaging Systems, Specimen Preparation, and Medical Equipment.
After fluorescent microspheres were injected into the blood, samples of the digestive gland were excised, arterioles were prepared for microscopy, confocal
laser scanning micrographs were collected and microspheres and cells were counted.
One of two major forms of laser scanning microscopy, confocal
laser scanning microscopy uses a beam of laser light focused into a small point of a specimen and can be moved with a computer-controlled scanning mirror.
Investigators did so by using computer simulations of particle gelation; studying product structure using light microscopy, confocal
laser scanning microscopy, electron microscopy and dynamic light scattering of gels and emulsions; examining small-deformation rheology and large-deformation rheology of gels and emulsions; and using surface chemical and physical methods on dairy emulsions.
It is one of the market leaders in each of the fields Microscopy, Confocal
Laser Scanning Microscopy, Imaging Systems, Specimen Preparation and Medical Equipment.
This technology can be applied to images of different magnifications, resolution, and modalities, including electron microscopy, optical microscopy, confocal
microscopy, radiology, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), conventional photography, and other sophisticated imaging variants.
In contrast to standard microscopy, confocal
microscopy typically uses a laser as a light source.