Leica DMI4000 B inverted light microscope
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|Leica DMI4000 B
|A semi-automated, inverted light microscope. Designed for scanning cell and tissue cultures. It is capable of common bright field, phase contrast, dark field, DIC (Differential Interference Contrast), polarization transmitted-light, fluorescence and combined fluorescence imaging of small objects. The microscope operates using a light source (100 W Hg lamp) and condenser that illuminates a specimen from above that is placed on a fixed stage. The specimen is observed and magnified from below using an objective lens and turret. Focus is adjusted by moving the objective lens along a vertical axis to move it closer or further from the specimen. It features manual coarse and fine focus, 6 x M25 manual objective turret, motorized fluorescence excitation filter wheel and a light intensity regulator and shutter to protect samples from bleaching during fluorescence analysis. The microscope is capable of IMC (Integrated Modulation Contrast) analysis.
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