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STELLARIS 8 DIVE (Deep In Vivo Explorer) is a multiphoton microscope with spectrally tunable detection.
With the STELLARIS confocal platform, we have re-imagined confocal microscopy to get you closer to the truth.
The contrast is clear. Lifetime imaging in an instant.
STELLARIS brings the full power and potential of STED in a fully integrated system.
Discover new applications by combining confocal and light-sheet microscopy
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New Leica platform adds an additional dimension of information to confocal imaging
STELLARIS, designed to empower researchers to drive progress in science, is confocal microscopy re-imagined
STELLARIS - #ConfocalReImagined
We have re-imagined confocal imaging. See the World Premiere of our new Confocal Platform.
End-of-life of Microsoft Windows 7
Upgrade your Confocal Control Workstation. Speak to your Service Engineer or contact our support team to discuss the best option for your confocal…
Leica Microsystems and University Mainz cooperate for a Microscopy Reference Center
New center with focus on innovation for light microscopy is located at University Medical Center in Mainz, Germany
Laser Microdissection Publication List
This list presents current publications in the major application fields for laser microdissection and is updated monthly.
Immediate Breast Reconstruction: Benefits of GLOW800 Augmented Reality
Dr. Harold Chatel is a Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon in a leading hospital in Paris, France. One of his areas of expertise is oncological…
Oncological Reconstructive Surgery with the Leica M530 OHX Microscope
Precision is essential in oncological reconstructive surgery, in particular when it relies on free flap techniques. Microsurgical microscopes provide…
Oncological Reconstructive Surgery: Why Use a Microscope
Recent advances in microsurgery are enhancing breast reconstruction for oncology patients, allowing both functional and aesthetic rehabilitation. More…
Oncological Reconstructive Surgery: Benefits of Microscope & Integrated Vascular Fluorescence Use
Oncological reconstructive surgery requires high precision and attention to details. It can pose a number of challenges: long operating time, flap…
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…
How to improve your Biomarker Discovery Workflow with Laser Microdissection
Biomarkers can be used as indicators of certain diseases, such as cancer. The tumor microenvironment moved into the spotlight in this concern. It is…
Studying Human Brain Development and Disease
Neural spheroids created from human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) provide effective and novel tools for studying brain development, as well…
Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy (CLSM) is one of a series of methods to generate slices from microscopic samples by means of optics. The sample stays intact, and the slicing may be repeated many times. True Confocal Scanning (TCS) is a technique, where only a single, diffraction limited spot is illuminated and observed at a time. The benefit of confocal imaging is a dramatically increased contrast by removal of out-of-focus haze. Z-sequences of optical slices (3D image stacks) are sources for subsequent rendering as anaglyphes, depth-coded maps or 3D movies. TCS is also very well compatible with multi-fluorescence imaging, time-lapse imaging, FLIM, FRAP and