The light microscope has a long history in both basic and clinical/biomedical research. Clinical research applications for the microscope have grown in step with other imaging developments, such as machine learning for computational pathology and whole slide imaging. The common thread shared by clinical research applications is the goal of contributing to the lives and health of people. It is thus of the utmost importance that these instruments provide exacting optical quality.
You can count on Nikon to deliver high level of optical performance. Nikon produces high quality upright microscopes that are optimized for repeated use, with advanced design features that maximize usability and comfort. Nikon color microscope cameras provide both clear, high-resolution images and superior color reproduction across a wide field of view. The obtained images can be shared remotely in real-time for virtual consults and other purposes.
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Inverted microscopes, microinjection equipment, and other products used in ART procedures such as in vitro fertilization (IVF).
Polarized light microscopes and other products supporting the identification of gout and pseudo-gout crystals based on their birefringence.
Upright microscopes and related products for routine imaging of fixed microscope slides using different contrast methods, including fluorescence.
Microscope products for automated scanning/imaging of whole microscope slides, also referred to as whole slide imaging.