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magnifier of the image of small objects

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NOVA Lite DAPI ANA Kit is an indirect immunofluorescence assay for the qualitative detection and semi-quantitative determination of anti-nuclear antibodies of the IgG isotype in human serum by manual fluorescence microscopy or with NOVA View Automated Fluorescence Microscope.
For most students the highlight of the workshop is examining plants using the fluorescence microscope, which is owned by the Royal Microscopical Society.
The CellScope is made up of conventional microscope optics as well as some equipment to make it function as a fluorescence microscope.
A crucial tool in the evolution of scientific capability in bioscience, the fluorescence microscope has allowed a generation of scientists to study the properties of proteins inside cells.
The viability of the cells was monitored under a fluorescence microscope.
Electrophoretic DNA migration is proportional to the level of DNA damage producing cometlike images under a fluorescence microscope (magnification 200x) (Figure 2).
Images were obtained with an Olympus AX70 fluorescence microscope and the Spot v2.
This OCM with a collinear confocal fluorescence microscope (OCM/CFM) was constructed to provide dual mode, high-resolution imaging of the structure and functions within materials.
The equipment, a Nikon fluorescence microscope and digital camera, will assist doctors in Birmingham with a study into how breast cancer spreads in the body.
Dugan then located fullerenes by viewing tissue with a fluorescence microscope.
At the time, fluorescent-labeled antibody preparations were being used to distinguish various blood and other cells from one another under the fluorescence microscope.
The applicant proposes to develop a novel integrative platform for a Molecular Fluorescence Microscope (MFM) to achieve ultimate resolution in space (sub-nanometer) and time (picoseconds) for characterizing structure and dynamics of proteins.
The scientists improved the detection of the luminous bacilli by replacing the classical fluorescence microscope with its LED counterpart.
The technique developed at Emory is non-invasive, does not modify the cell, and can be done with a standard fluorescence microscope.
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