microscopist


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microscopist

[mī′kräs·kə‚pist]
(science and technology)
An individual skilled in the use of the microscope.
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Instead of their location, the malaria transmission variation, and their ability to receive many patients from all socioeconomic status requiring a large number of microscopits, the CSI "Maman Mbouale" and Hopital de Mfilou have been also selected based on the participation of 4 microscopists technicians from each center in PARAMED training, who were also present in their centers during the study.
Readers of our (S.R.G.'s) (16) recent essay in this journal will recall that we predicted that the microscope (we made no mention of the microscopist) will have continued utility in diagnosis and medical research.
To share the images I take in the laboratory, I have created an online profile, The Microscopist. And through social media I've created a visual portfolio that not only showcases my abilities as a microscopist but also provides a medium for other scientists to share their work with the public.
In the present study all the slides were observed by three microscopists independently but a clinically unapparent case of P.
Silver methenamine staining was done on the samples and the samples were examined by an experienced microscopist.
To address the inherently low contrast of biological specimens without introducing stains that can distort structures and cause other artefacts, microscopists use computational techniques to combine multiple images of identical particles.
In 2010 while taking a course at the Monroe Institute in Virginia, now 100% symptom free due to natural therapies, I "stumbled over" inventor, microscopist, and electronic genius Jim Meisner, to whom I am still in debt.
Due to the high density of peripheral schizonts, the smear was re-examined by the expert microscopist who confirmed the same diagnosis but were cautious about the morphology of the schizonts, specifically their pigmentation and the number of merozoites.
In addition, sensitivity of microscopy is highly observer-dependent and varies with the microscopist's level of experience.
Microscopist Mike Edwards explained: "FT-IR enables us to confirm the identity of many materials.
By Gretchen Shearer, Senior Microscopist, McCrone Associates and Instructor, Hooke College of Applied Sciences