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Die Konfokalmikroskope von Leica Microsystems sind sowohl Partner der biomedizinischen Spitzenforschung, als auch für Oberflächenanalyse in Materialwissenschaft. Mit unseren Lösungen lassen sich subzelluläre Strukturen und dynamische Prozesse noch präziser dreidimensional abbilden und exakt untersuchen.

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STELLARIS – Plattform für konfokale Mikroskopie

STELLARIS

Mit der Konfokalplattform STELLARIS haben wir die Konfokalmikroskopie neu erfunden, um Sie der Wahrheit näher zu bringen.

Histologischer Schnitt eines Katzenauges. Die gleichzeitige konfokale spektrale- (grau) und FLIM- (farbig) Bildgebung zeigt den Kontrast durch die Lebenszeit. Erfassung und Visualisierung mit STELLARIS 8 FALCON und LAS X Software.

STELLARIS 8 FALCON

Der Kontrast ist deutlich. Lebenszeit-Messung im Nu.

Leica TCS SP8 CARS Konfokalmikroskop – Bildgebung ohne Probenfärbung

Leica TCS SP8 CARS

Bildgebung nativer Proben ohne Färbung

Leica TCS SP8 DLS

Leica TCS SP8 DLS

Die Kombination von Lichtblatt- und Konfokalmikroskopie

Smart monitoring and service for scientific instruments RemoteCare

RemoteCare

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Factors to Consider When Selecting a Research Microscope

An optical microscope is often one of the central devices in a life-science research lab. It can be used for various applications which shed light on…

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1400 x 765 μm² tile scan of large intestine of an anasthesized mouse. The blood system (black) is visualized using the instrinsic label-free THG signal. Excitation was 1275 nm, non-descanned detection 420-430 nm.

How to Quantify Label-free Blood Flow

The application note “Label-free Blood Flow Quantification” is a guide for data acquisition and analysis of blood flow using label-free third harmonic…

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Image courtesy of Dr. Stefan Finke, Friedrich-Loeffler- Institute, Riems, Germany.

How Can Immunofluorescence Aid Virology Research?

Modern virology research has become as crucial now as ever before due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. There are many powerful technologies and assays…

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Studying Natural Killer (NK) Cells Derived from Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSC)

The study of natural killer (NK) cells holds tremendous promise for developing novel immunotherapies. NK cells derived from induced pluripotent stem…

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Time-resolved STED microscopy

Introduced more than 30 years ago, stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy has raised to a standard and widely used method for imaging in the…

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Obtain maximum information from your specimen with LIGHTNING

LIGHTNING is an adaptive process for extraction of information that reveals fine structures and details, otherwise simply not visible, fully…

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Studying Adipose Tissue Development and Expansion

This article discusses sharp, high-contrast imaging of whole mount adipose (fat) tissues specimens, which are thick and round (unsectioned), with a…

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Image Gallery: THUNDER Imager

To help you answer important scientific questions, THUNDER Imagers eliminate the out-of-focus blur that clouds the view of thick samples when using…

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Infection of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 can be blocked by a human monoclonal antibody

Vaccines and targeted therapeutics for treatment of the respiratory disease COVID-19, caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, are currently lacking.…

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Expanding the frontiers of confocal live cell imaging

To address the specific challenges of live cell confocal imaging and help researchers get closer to the truth, Leica Microsystems has re-imagined…

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