New Microscope Stand Provides Consistent Multidimensional Imaging
12 Oct 2010

The Leica DMI6000 B inverted microscope stand is part of widefield or confocal systems for live cell imaging and has Adaptive Focus Control (AFC).

Even the most robust microscope will be susceptible to sudden changes in temperature, for instance when a climate chamber is opened during an experiment to apply a drug to the specimen. This can result in out-of focus images during time-lapse recordings. Leica Microsystems has now developed a Leica DMI6000 B with Adaptive Focus Control (AFC) for researchers who demand consistent multidimensional imaging.

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