The Use Of Inverted Fluorescence Microscope

- Apr 01, 2020-

Inverted fluorescence microscope is composed of inverted microscope and laser fluorescence microscope. The instrument is equipped with a long working distance flat field achromatic objective lens, a large field eyepiece and binocular observation. The inverted microscope is also equipped with a super long or ultra long working distance condenser, a phase contrast device and a long working distance flat field phase contrast objective lens. The inverted microscope has the characteristics of microscopical observation in a culture bottle or dish, and can observe transparent living things without staining; It is suitable for fluorescence microscopy. This instrument is especially suitable for microscopic study of living cells and tissues, fluid and sediment. It is an ideal instrument for biological, cytological, oncology, genetics, immunology and other research work. It can be used in scientific research, universities, medical treatment, epidemic prevention, agriculture and animal husbandry.

The system is a high-tech product developed by combining the advanced optical microscope technology, advanced photoelectric conversion technology and computer imaging technology. It is very convenient to observe the fluorescence image on the computer, so as to analyze and grade the fluorescence spectrum and output and print the picture.