3D rendering of a spheroid consisting of cells expressing H2B-mCherry (cyan) and α-Tubulin-mEGFP (magenta).
Light microscopes for scientific research and routine

Light Sheet Microscopes

Life science research can place high demands on your imaging capabilities: Sometimes you need to image whole living model organisms, tissues and cells as they develop. Or you may want to observe subcellular dynamics in living samples over hours and even days. Light sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) with its unique illumination principle is ideal for fast and gentle imaging of such specimens.

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