Member since: 2013
Organization: Northeast Ohio Medical University
Application Area: Imaging
"This product allows for imaging of tissues, although not at the magnification often required. The macro imaging is good. "
In 1994, the molecular biologist Douglas Prasher discovered that GFP was suitable as a marker for proteins. At the time, hardly anybody suspected what this would mean for the development of the stereo microscope: ‘stereo magnifiers’ experienced a renaissance.
Scientists were now able to view complete model organisms in fluorescence contrast. Alongside the enthusiasm for these devices, the performance of stereo and zoom microscopes has also grown noticeably, with systems from Carl Zeiss keeping the bar high.
As we say: they are simpler, more intelligent, more integrated. They also give your work the brilliance it deserves.