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Basic epifluorescence microscopy

evosLife Technologies EVOS FL is particularly good for total beginners to microscopy. It uses light cubes that cover a wide range of applications.  It provides quick, high quality images. There are no eyepieces, instead an easy to use interface enables the user to take quick snapshots through to time-lapse imaging using the in-built monochrome camera. Fluorescence illumination is provided by LEDs within specific light cubes for imaging a variety of fluorescent proteins and dyes.

 

Light cubes available for:

DAPI, CFP, YFP, FRET, GFP, RFP, TexasRed, Brightfield

Objectives:

1.25x, 4x, 10x, 20x, 40x.

100x (oil immersion).

 

Inverted Fluorescence Microscope Leica DM IL LED

Inverted Fluorescence Microscope (Leica DM IL LED)

Inverted fluorescence microscope best used for screening.

Filters: 

DAPI, GFP, RFP and brightfield

Objectives 

5x, 10x, 20x, 40x (all dry)

Phase contrast (with 40x objective only)

 

 

 

 

 

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