fluorescence microscope

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fluorescence microscope

[flu̇′res·əns ′mī·krə‚skōp]
(optics)
A variation of the compound laboratory light microscope which is arranged to admit ultraviolet, violet, and sometimes blue radiations to a specimen, which then fluoresces.
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1993), or epifluorescence microscopy (Pinctada fucata: Komaru et al.
Epifluorescence microscopy and confocal microscopy must be able to be combined quickly during individual experiments.
While most previous studies used epifluorescence microscopy to observe spindles two-dimensionally, we employed 3D observation using confocal fluorescence microscopy in order to determine the size and shape of spindles more accurately.
Enderlein, "Orientation imaging of single molecules by wide-field epifluorescence microscopy," J.
Bacteria associated with the fish skin can be enumerated by acridine orange epifluorescence microscopy and by plate counts on several media.
The investigators used atomic force microscopy and epifluorescence microscopy to assess the spatial distribution of bacteria as they dried from droplets.
In standard epifluorescence microscopy, used in most laboratories for immunofluorescence of renal and skin biopsies, or fluorescence in situ hybridization of individual chromosome probes, no mechanism exists to restrict out-of-focus light from being imaged.
6] oocysts/g feces was determined by using epifluorescence microscopy at 400x magnification.
They use fluorescently labelled lectins with targeted ultrasound contrast agents in conjunction with epifluorescence microscopy and time.
Whole brain was dissected and first examined directly without fixation using epifluorescence microscopy (Olympus, Hamburg, Germany) to determine if GFP was being expressed.