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Neurons imaged with DIC contrast.

Differential Interference Contrast (DIC) Microscopy

This article demonstrates how differential interference contrast (DIC) can be actually better than brightfield illumination when using microscopy to image unstained biological specimens.
Image of MDCK (Madin-Darby canine kidney) cells taken with phase contrast.

Phase Contrast and Microscopy

This article explains phase contrast, an optical microscopy technique, which reveals fine details of unstained, transparent specimens that are difficult to see with common brightfield illumination.
Staining is crucial to revealing details in the specimens.

H&E Staining in Microscopy

If we consider the role of microscopy in pathologists’ daily routines, we often think of the diagnosis. While microscopes indeed play a crucial role at this stage of the pathology lab workflow, they…
Acute lymphoblastic leukemia

How to Benefit from Digital Cytopathology

If you have thought of digital cytopathology as characterized by the digitization of glass slides, this webinar with Dr. Alessandro Caputo from the University Hospital of Salerno, Italy will broaden…
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Factors for Selecting Clinical Microscopes

If you are considering the purchase of new clinical microscopes for yourself or your team, you will think about many options, vendors, and microscope models. Here are some tips to help you come to the…
H&E stained specimen, 20x magnification

The Time to Diagnosis is Crucial in Clinical Pathology

Abnormalities in tissues and fluids - that’s what pathologists are looking for when they examine specimens under the microscope. What they see and deduce from their findings is highly influential, as…

Perform Microscopy Analysis for Pathology Ergonomically and Efficiently

The main performance features of a microscope which are critical for rapid, ergonomic, and precise microscopic analysis of pathology specimens are described in this article. Microscopic analysis of…
Steps of Koehler Illumination

Koehler Illumination: A Brief History and a Practical Set Up in Five Easy Steps

The technique of Koehler Illumination is one of the most important and fundamental techniques in achieving optimum imaging in any given light microscope set-up. Although it should be routinely used as…

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Microscopía de fluorescencia

La fluorescencia es uno de los fenómenos físicos más utilizados en la microscopía biológica y analítica, principalmente por su alta sensibilidad y alta especificidad. Averigüe cómo los microscopios de…

Patología clínica

Descubra cómo los microscopios ergonómicos de Leica Microsystems permiten realizar diagnósticos precisos y oportunos en patología clínica.

Microscopio para patología

En ocasiones, el análisis de especímenes patológicos requiere muchas horas de trabajo frente a un microscopio. Como consecuencia, el usuario puede sentir molestias físicas y tensión que puede conducir…

Patología anatómica

Descubra cómo los microscopios ergonómicos de Leica Microsystems facilitan un diagnóstico eficiente y preciso en la patología anatómica.

Microscopios DIC

Un microscopio DIC es un microscopio de campo ancho que tiene un filtro de polarización y un prisma Wollaston entre la fuente de luz y la lente del condensador, así como entre la lente del objetivo y…

Microscopios de campo oscuro

El método de contraste de campo oscuro aprovecha la difracción o dispersión de la luz de las estructuras de un espécimen biológico o las características no uniformes de una muestra de material.
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