Microscopios confocales

Los microscopios confocales de Leica Microsystems son complementos adecuados en investigación biomédica de alta especialización, ya que ofrecen una precisión sin precedentes en la obtención de imágenes tridimensionales y el examen exacto de estructuras subcelulares y procesos dinámicos.

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STELLARIS - Plataforma para microscopio confocal


Con la plataforma confocal STELLARIS hemos reconcebido la microscopía confocal para llevarle un paso más cerca de la verdad.

Sección histológica de un ojo de gato. El uso simultáneo de la obtención de imágenes confocales espectrales (gris) y FLIM (color) revela el contraste según su tiempo de vida. La adquisición y visualización a través del STELLARIS 8 FALCON y el software LAS X.


El contraste es claro. Imágenes de tiempo de vida en un instante

Obtención de imágenes sin marcadores con el microscopio confocal Leica TCS SP8 CARS


Imágenes sin marcadores de muestras al natural

Leica TCS SPE con Leica DMi8 y cámara climática


Microscopio confocal espectral de alta resolución para la investigación diaria y los exámenes de rutina

RemoteCare: servicio y vigilancia inteligente de instrumentos científicos


Opción de servicio y vigilancia inteligente para su microscopio


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