bright field microscopy


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bright field microscopy

The simplest of all forms of light microscopy, in which absorption to a greater extent and diffraction to a lesser extent results in an image, which contrasts to phase contrast or interference microscopy.
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They also examined the microstructure of the samples using scanning electron microscopy and bright field microscopy.
Probes were visualized by bright field microscopy following formation of an oligoDIG-antiDIG-alkaline phosphatase conjugate treated with 5-bromo-4-chloro-3-indolyl phosphate and nitro blue tetrazolium.
Simplified Interpretation - Results can be more precisely determined and morphological significance can be easily interpreted using conventional bright field microscopy (versus costly florescent microscopy) with INFORM[TM] HER2 SISH.