microscope stage


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microscope stage

[′mī·krə‚skōp ‚stāj]
(optics)
The platform on which specimens are placed for microscopic examination.
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The microscope stage was capable of speeds sufficient to knock cells out of the trap, so it was important to monitor the cells during movement.
The user simulates moving the microscope stage, using the arrows displayed below the image.
Due to its standard outer dimensions, Vivadish fits into microscope stage adapters, rotors, readers, and automated handling devices for microtiter plates.
For each of the remaining slides, the FocalPoint communicates the location coordinates of the "fields of interest" to the computer controlled microscope stage via the SlideWizard platform.
This SUSS PM8 has a special microscope stage which can move 200 mm in both x & y to cover the whole wafer.
Stage Incubator / Warmer for microscope stage with glass covered petri dish.
The system combines imaging technology to identify diagnostic fields of interest with automated microscope stage movements to facilitate locating these fields.
The System consists of a microcomputer that interfaces to the microscope stage by means of position sensors which determine coordinates of cells on the slide and keep track of the cytotechnologist's work.
Contract awarded for repair microscope stage and controller
The unique design of the CellSelector(tm) eliminates flow fluctuations commonly found in other pumps and allows the module to be directly mounted on the microscope stage.
Described in a new paper in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, the JILA technique is faster, more controllable, and less prone to damaging expensive optics or accidentally altering chemistry than conventional methods using electric currents for bulk heating of microscope stages, optics and samples.
Users can control their microscope stages in any X, Y, or Z direction and control motorized filter wheels, shutters, filter sliders and lamp settings.