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The Microscope Camera series K3

  • Cancer Research

    Cancer is a complex and heterogeneous disease caused by cells deficient in growth regulation. Genetic and epigenetic changes in one or a group of cells disrupt normal function and result in…
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  • Cell Culture

    Growing cells under lab conditions is the base for scientists working in fields of cell or developmental biology, cancer research, or any kind of life science and pharma research. Find out how Leica…
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  • Fluorescence Microscopy

    Fluorescence is one of the most commonly used physical phenomena in biological and analytical microscopy for its high sensitivity and high specificity. Fluorescence is a form of luminescence that…
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  • Laser Capture Microdissection

    Laser Microdissection, also known as LMD or LCM (Laser Capture Microdissection), is a contact- and contamination-free method for isolating specific single cells or entire areas of tissue from a wide…
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  • Micromanipulation

    Witness automated, fast micromanipulation with this easy and convenient system from Leica Microsystems. Fully equipped with inverted research microscope and electronic micromanipulators, these…
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  • Cleanliness Analysis Workflow

    Optimize your component cleanliness analysis over the entire workflow to attain accuracy and reliability with the combined help of Leica and Pall experts.
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  • Metals & Machine Engineering

    Your work in Metals and Machine Engineering requires microscope imaging solutions to help you assemble, inspect, measure, analyze, and document your results while ensuring the highest level of…
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  • Semiconductor Wafer Processing, IC Packaging & Testing

    Leica Microsystems’ customized, modular imaging solutions help suppliers and device manufacturers achieve fast and precise inspection and analysis for wafer processing, IC packaging, IC assembly, and…
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  • PCB Inspection

    No matter supplier or device manufacturer, the interest of Leica Microsystems is to provide you with customized, modular imaging solutions that fulfill your requirements. We want to help you achieve…
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  • Energy, Mining and Natural Resources

    Energizing the worlds infrastructure while maintaining sustainability is always a priority. Leica Microsystems has powerful and customizable microscopy solutions to help you get the most out of your…
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  • Metal Working

    Your work in Metal Working requires strict Quality Assurance processes in order to consistently meet your customer specifications and allow your business to manufacture products at acceptable prices.…
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  • Foundries

    Your work in foundries requires you to ensure the highest quality research, development and quality control to meet your production demands. Whether you are inspecting castings for defects or trying…
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  • Iron and Steel Industry

    Your role in the Iron and Steel industry is specialized and requires individualized microscope solutions to help you inspect, analyze or document microstructure development, composition and mechanical…
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  • Forensic Science

    As a forensic scientist, your microscopes and imaging equipment must provide precision, quality, accuracy, and reproducibility of results to ensure success when examining evidence. Leica Microsystems…
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  • Clinical Microscopy

    Leica Microsystems` traditional and digital microscopy solutions for clinical and life science research applications focus on the user. You can expect detail-enhancing clarity from exceptional optics…
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  • Pharmaceutical Chemical Engineering Research

    Your role in pharmaceutical and chemical manufacturing, research and development requires microscope, camera and software solutions to help you clearly and precisely visualize, analyze, and document…
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  • Pathology Microscopy

    Analysis of specimens for pathology sometimes requires long hours working with a microscope. The result for the user may be physical discomfort and strain that can lead to reduced efficiency and the…
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