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  • Fluorescence Microscopy

    Fluorescence is one of the most commonly used physical phenomena in biological and analytical microscopy, mainly because of its high sensitivity and high specificity. Find out how fluorescence…
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  • Neuroscience

    Neuroscience often requires investigating challenging complex specimens using a microscope in order to better understand the nervous system. Leica Microsystems offers a comprehensive range of imaging…
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  • Zebrafish Research

    For the best result during screening, sorting, manipulation, and imaging you need to see details and structures to make the right decisions for your next steps in research. Known for outstanding…
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  • 3D Biology

    Improve Your 3D Cell Biology Workflow with Digital LightSheet Microscopy.The investigation of cellular spheroids with the Leica SP8 Digital LightSheet (DLS) microscope reveals meaningful results of…
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  • Live Cell Imaging

    Shifting perspective from single microscope components to a full working live cell imaging solution, Leica Microsystems integrates microscope, LAS X imaging software, cameras, and dedicated…
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  • 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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  • Science Lab Topic: Fluorescence Microscopy

    Image Gallery: THUNDER Imager

    To help you answer important scientific questions, THUNDER Imagers eliminate the out-of-focus blur that clouds the view of thick samples when using camera-based fluorescence microscopes. They achieve…
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  • Science Lab Topic: Widefield Microscopy

    Computational Clearing - Enhance 3D Specimen Imaging

    This webinar is designed to clarify crucial specifications that contribute to THUNDER Imagers' transformative visualization of 3D samples and improvements within a researcher's imaging-related…
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  • Science Lab Topic: Widefield Microscopy

    THUNDER Imagers: High Performance, Versatility and Ease-of-Use for your Everyday Imaging Workflows

    This webinar will showcase the versatility and performance of THUNDER Imagers in many different life science applications: from counting nuclei in retina sections and RNA molecules in cancer tissue…
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  • Science Lab Topic: Widefield Microscopy

    Evaluating Axon Regeneration After Brain or Spine Trauma of Mice

    Damaged nerve regeneration was investigated using mouse spinal cord sections treated with compounds that counter axon growth inhibitor (AGI) proteins. The sections were screened to find active and…
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  • Science Lab Topic: Fluorescence Microscopy

    Interview with Magali Mondin on THUNDER Imagers

    Magali Mondin, an engineer at the BIC (Bordeaux Imaging Center) in France, describes her experience using a THUNDER Imager in this interview. She had the opportunity to test extensively the THUNDER…
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  • Science Lab Topic: Widefield Microscopy

    Drosophila Testis Niche Stem Cells – Three Color Computational Clearing

    Differentiated living beings such as humans, but also a fruit fly or a plant, possess not only the differentiated cells which form specific tissues, but also those cells whose fate is not yet (or only…
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  • Science Lab Topic: Widefield Microscopy

    Alzheimer Plaques: fast Visualization in Thick Sections

    More than 60% of all diagnosed cases of dementia are attributed to Alzheimer’s disease. Typical of this disease are histological alterations in the brain tissue. So far, there is no cure for this…
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  • Science Lab Topic: Widefield Microscopy

    THUNDER Technology Note

    So far, widefield microscopy was not suitable to image larger volumes, since the contrast of the recorded fluorescence image is reduced by the background (BG) mainly originating from out of focus…
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