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Specimen Collection by Gravity

Specimen Collection by Gravity

Laser microdissection uses a laser to isolate specific microscopic regions from tissue samples. The way in which specimens of interest are transferred and collected influences the specificity and quality of the end result. Only Leica Microsystems uses simple gravity for specimen collection.

Benefits:
• Fast and reliable contact-free and contamination-free specimen collection
All specimen shapes and sizes are possible
• Collect directly into reaction buffer
Standard consumables can be used for collection

Laser Movement via Optics

Only Leica Microsystems uses high-precision optics to steer the laser beam using prisms along the desired cut line on the tissue.
 
Benefits:
Highest possible precision and speed
• Direct real-time laser cutting with “Move and Cut”
• The best view for convenient movie documentation

Leading-edge Laser Technology

The Leica LMD7000 is the first laser microdissection system that integrates high energy per pulse, and high and adjustable repetition rates within one single system.
 
Benefits:
Fully control the repetition to adapt the laser to a specific sample
High-energy per pulse for thick and hard specimens
High repetition rates for narrow cuttings and high speed
Control the width of the cutting line with the laser aperture

Specimen before Laser Microdissection

Specimen before Laser Microdissection

Frozen section (10 μm) of a mouse aorta (whole vessel) before Laser Microdissection stained with cresyl violet on a POL frame slide. Courtesy of K. Beuerlein, Rudolf-Buchheim-Institut fur Pharmakologie, Justus-Liebig-Universitat Giessen.

Specimen after Laser Microdissection

Specimen after Laser Microdissection

Frozen section (10 μm) of a mouse aorta (whole vessel) after Laser Microdissection stained with cresyl violet on a POL frame slide. Courtesy of K. Beuerlein, Rudolf-Buchheim-Institut fur Pharmakologie, Justus-Liebig-Universitat Giessen.

Specimen in Collector

Specimen in Collector

Frozen section (10 μm) of a mouse aorta (whole vessel) in collector stained with cresyl violet on a POL frame slide. Courtesy of K. Beuerlein, Rudolf-Buchheim-Institut fur Pharmakologie, Justus-Liebig-Universitat Giessen.