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Olympus Releases Dedicated Multiphoton Excitation Objectives

New dedicated multiphoton excitation (MPE) objectived from Olympus enables high resolution imaging of whole mouse brain live cells. The new XLPLN10XSVMP and XLSLPLN25XGMP objectives in the Olympus’ XLPLN series enable the imaging of large intact samples (whole mouse brain) and structural & molecular analysis of other large assembled biological systems at visible and infrared wavelengths. Why MPE microscopy? MPE microscopy combines scanning […]

Leica Launches Two New Microscopy Cameras for Routine Imaging

Leica Microsystems, the leading manufacturers of optical instruments have recently launched two new cameras for routine imaging applications. The two cameras, Leica DMC2900 and Leica DFC3000G are designed for standard brightfield and fluorescence applications respectively. Both DMC2900 and DFC3000G comes equipped with sensors that allow live imaging at up to 30 frames per second, and […]