coverglass

coverglass

/cov·er·glass/ (kuv´er-glas) a thin glass plate that covers a mounted microscopical object or a culture.

coverglass

a thin glass that covers a mounted microscopical object or a culture. Called also coverslip.
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This combination enhances core performance while introducing new features including multitarget detection, coverglass crosstalk immunity at long distance, and programmable multizone scanning.
1]), slides, and coverglass were used for quantitative and qualitative analyses of phytoplankton under a binocular microscope (Coleman N-120-T, 40x magnification).
4] cells/well in a Lab-Tek II chamber coverglass system and were maintained at 37[degrees] C in a humidified atmosphere of 95% air and 5% C[O.
Among those watching the landmark event were staff at Qioptiq, based in Bodelwyddan, who supplied the ultra robust coverglass components on board.
293 T stable cell line expressing hCXCR4-EGFP was cultured in 35 mm coverglass bottom dish.
The target business provides products for space-power applications such as high-efficiency multi-junction solar cells, coverglass interconnected cells (CICs) and complete satellite solar panels.
Under a new long-term agreement, the new cells, Coverglass Interconnected Cells, will be manufactured at EMCORE s facility at the Sandia Science and Tech Park.
The blood cells attached to the coverglass surface and the plasma positioned above the cells cloned in a few minutes.
This model is designed to hold a stainless steel autoclavable dish that holds a replaceable 50 x 24 mm coverglass bottom, which is sealed in place by an 0-ring.
Visitors to the company's stand will see first-hand its latest image intensified, uncooled thermal and fused weapon and surveillance sights, coverglass and optical solar reflectors supplied to 80% of the world's satellites, and head-up displays for fast jet and commercial aircraft.