Saving time in image acquisition means you have more time for what is really at the heart of your science. Here are just a few ways to speed up your workflow.
Focus on the result you would like to achieve rather than the process of getting to it. Intelligent Automation does the work for you: It solves multi-step routines with the press of a button, makes your work life easier, saves time, and allows you to focus on your experiment, not on complex microscope settings.
Unstained biological specimens often do not show a very high contrast.
Thick specimens in particular, such as brain slices, show up as nothing more than light grey structures instead of single cells.
Differential interference contrast (DIC) is here an ideal contrast method.
You can configure the microscope that fits your need and budget with the Leica DM4 B and Leica DM6 B. Optimize your system to your application with different contrast methods and automated functions.
LED illumination lights your sample homogenously and with a constant color temperature, while also saving energy and avoiding bulb changes due to the LED’s lifetime of up to 25,000 hours
Leica Microsystems provides powerful cameras and workflow-based software to complete your integrated imaging system.
If you need a microscope system to support you in neuroscience, evolutionary biology, or in vivo imaging, the Leica DM6 FS fixed stage widefield microscope should be your first choice. It is ideal for applications where you need to stimulate specimens from the outside like in optogenetics or measure them in electrophysiological experiments such as patch-clamp.
Your advantages in a nutshell
Configured from the same stand as the Leica DM6 B, it is an outstanding tool for sophisticated experiments and also forms part of the Leica EM Cryo CLEM system.
Facilitate sample preparation and achieve pure, contamination-free starting material for molecular biology analysis directly from a tissue section! Laser microdissection (LMD) helps you to isolate a precise region of interest, retaining cell morphology by separating your target cells from the rest of the sample.
How do the Leica LMD systems work?
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