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Microscope Imaging Software

Microscope imaging software from Leica Microsystems combines microscope, digital camera and accessories into one fully integrated solution.

With an intuitive user interface and straightforward navigation, it guides the user through any workflow, whether fast image acquisition or sophisticated expert analysis. A range of specific modules allows configuration of the microscope as a dedicated high-performance tool for almost any application.

The latest software platform, LAS X, encompasses all microscope solutions for Life Science and Industry applications, offering maximum flexibility. The previous Leica Application Suite continues to be supported.

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LAS X Life Science

LAS X Life Science

Software platform for life science applications

Leica Application Suite

Leica Application Suite

Microscope software platform for industrial and life science applications

LAS X Materials Science Modules

LAS X Materials Science Modules

Advanced software modules for metallography and materials analysis

Cleanliness Expert

Cleanliness Expert

Analysis software for fast and easy particle counting on filters. An easy-to-use, optimal cleanliness solution for reliable, repeatable results.

LAS X 3D Analysis

LAS X 3D Analysis

Software module for the analysis and measurement of 3D structures

LAS X 3D Visualization

LAS X 3D Visualization

Software module to display 3D images in real-time with graphic processor-based rendering.

Leica Steel Expert 2.0

Leica Steel Expert 2.0

Software for modern non-metallic inclusion rating

Leica DMshare

Leica DMshare

Sharing Microscope Images on an iPad

Leica Map

Leica Map

Surface Imaging and Metrology Software

Leica LAS EZ

Leica LAS EZ

Imaging software for Windows OS for "EZ" documentation and annotation

News

26. March 2019 How to make a fast Z-stack

Save time for your 2D and 3D analysis. Watch this video to learn about the new user interface, LAS X.next, for the DVM6 digital microscope. The video…

06. March 2019 THUNDER Technology Note

So far, widefield microscopy was not suitable to image larger volumes, since the contrast of the recorded fluorescence image is reduced by the…

13. February 2019 Extending Nanoscopy Possibilities with STED and exchangeable fluorophores

When it comes to STED Nanoscopy, keeping high signal-to-noise is key to achieve the best possible resolution in fixed and living cells. This can be…

05. December 2018 Webinar: See More Than Just Your Image

Despite the emergence of new imaging methods in recent years, true 3D resolution is still achieved by Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy (CLSM).…

01. December 2018 Dynamic Endoplasmic Reticulum

The Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) is a dynamic, reticular or net-like structure consisting of tubules and cisternae that extend throughout the cell and…

13. November 2018 Simultaneously Measuring Image Features and Resolution in Live-Cell STED Images

Reliable interpretation and quantification of cellular features in fluorescence microscopy requires an accurate estimate of microscope resolution.…

19. September 2018 How to extract Image Information by Adaptive Deconvolution

Confocal Laser Scannning Microscopy (CLSM) is the standard for true 3D resolved fluorescence imaging. Fast optical sectioning using flexible scanning…

30. August 2018 Observing Malaria Infection at the Right Spot in the Human Host

Malaria is a life-threatening disease transmitted through the bites of mosquitoes infected with protozoan parasites. The most common and dangerous…

23. August 2018 Direct visualization of the arterial wall water permeability barrier using CARS microscopy

The artery wall is equipped with a water permeation barrier that allows blood to flow at high pressure without significant water leak. The precise…

07. August 2018 Free Webinar On-Demand: Super-resolved STED spectroscopy

Molecular interactions are key in cellular signalling. They are often ruled or rendered by the mobility of the involved molecules.