Microscopy

    Widefield is fundamentally any technique in which the entire specimen of interest is exposed to the light source, with the resulting image being viewed either by the observer or a camera.

    Confocal offers controllable depth of field, elimination of out-of-focus information, and the ability to collect optical sections from thick specimens.

    Super resolution improves resolution beyond the diffraction limit. Each method has a unique set of principles to achieve this.

    Light-sheet allows rapid 3D and live imaging of large specimens using a unique planar illumination approach while minimizing photobleaching and phototoxicity.

    Stereo microscopy allows low magnification observation of a sample to study the surfaces of solid specimens or to carry out close work such as dissection or microsurgery.

    Workstations Additional Software
    • Huygens Essential
    • Arivis Vision 4D 3.5 - Floating license
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    Methods reporting materials and quality control.