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light microscope

[′līt ‚mī·krə‚skōp]
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Light microscope with lowering of the condenser lens was the only method that yielded glomerular counts similar to those reported during histopathological evaluation (P=0.44) (Figure 1).
We compared perception and academic achievement of students that learned muscle histology with the traditional light microscope and static images (Becerra et al., 2015).
The ARM can be retrofitted into existing light microscopes around the world, using low-cost, readily-available components, and without the need for whole slide digital versions of the tissue being analysed.
Schmidt began to systematically observe animal cells and tissues with the polarized light microscope. He found that many structures in living tissue were birefringent, including muscle, connective tissue, bone, and even the mitotic spindle in dividing cells (Fig.
The technology could ultimately be used to diagnose other conditions caused by crystals forming in bodily fluids and those currently diagnosed using conventional polarized light microscopes like kidney stones, for example.
All diagnostic methods are addressed, including the light microscope as well as genetic, molecular, and immunologic modalities and interpretation of cytologic specimens.
The 6000ILM AFM is an atomic force microscopy platform and a state-of-the-art research solution that is said to seamlessly integrate the capabilities of an AFM with those of an inverted light microscope or an inverted confocal microscope.
introduces new functions for the Axio CSM 700 confocal light microscope. These new functions enable materials scientists to measure the 3D topography over large sample areas with more convenience and flexibility.
He added: "For many years electron microscopes have enabled us to look in minute detail at structures too small for a light microscope but until now we could only study dry or dried samples."
Two other scientists were nominated for lifetime achievement - Belgian Erik de Clercq for landmark contributions to antiviral treatment, including the standard drug cocktail' for HIV patients, and German Stefan Hell for developing a powerful light microscope which led to breakthroughs in medicine.
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) News Release "New Light Microscope Can View Protein Arrangement in Cell Structures", Thursday, August 10, 2006
He saw what was later confirmed to be the cause of this disease by looking under the light microscope (Figure 1).