American Association of Neuropathologists Annual Meeting
Jun 8 – 11Hyatt Regency Monterey
Monterey, California, USA
The American Association of Neuropathologists (AANP) annual meeting is a premier scientific event that brings together leading neuropathologists, neuroscientists, and healthcare professionals from around the world. The conference serves as a platform for exchanging cutting-edge research, sharing clinical insights, and fostering collaborations in the field of neuropathology.
Nikon will be at the meeting exhibiting the following microscopes and imaging systems geared for neuropathology:
- ECLIPSE Ni-U Upright Microscope
- ECLIPSE Ci-E and Ci-L plus Upright Clinical Microscopes
- Precipoint Digital Microscope & Slide Scanner
- Digital Sight 10 Digital Microscope Camera
- DS-Fi3 Digital Microscope Camera
- NIS-Elements L Microscope Camera Controller
- NIS-Elements Imaging Software
- D-LEDI Fluorescence LED Illumination System
ECLIPSE Ni Series
Research and clinical upright microscopes that support research in the fields of biological science and medicine, with excellent optical performance and high system expandability that can be equipped with motorized accessories.
ECLIPSE Ci Series
Ergonomic upright microscopes with eco-illumination for clinical and laboratory applications.
Digital Sight 10
High resolution of 6K and switching color and monochrome capture with a single camera, also features a high frame rate for fast focusing on high-definition images.
5.9-megapixel color camera offering low-noise, high-resolution imaging, fast live display and exceptional color reproduction.
Tablet-based controller for Digital Sight 10, Digital Sight 1000 and DS-Fi3. Streamlined control and simple measurement and annotation tools.
Flexible software platform for controlling Nikon microscopes and 3rd-party components, with powerful custom programming tools for image acquisition and analysis.
An eco-friendly, multi-LED light source for fluorescence applications. Simple and maintenance free, the D-LEDI mounts directly to the microscope’s Epi-FL module and provides bright and stable illumination for fluorescence imaging.
* D-LEDI is not for clinical diagnostic use.