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  • Cryo Electron Tomography

    Leica Microsystems and Thermo Fisher Scientific have collaborated to create a fully integrated cryo-tomography workflow that responds to these research needs: Reveal cellular mechanisms at…
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Leica Cell Biology

    Cell Biology

    When your research is centered on understanding the cellular basis of human health and disease, it is critical to investigate the cells of interest in spatiotemporal and molecular detail.…
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  • Virology

    Do your research interests focus on viral infection and disease? Find out how you can gain insights into virology with solutions for imaging and sample preparation from Leica Microsystems.
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  • Science Lab Topic: CLEM

    Crystal clear cryo light-microscopy images

    This article describes how computational clearing of cryo light microscopy images improves the identification of cellular targets for cryo electron-microscopy.
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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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