Microscopes. FISH

Microscopes that are included with hardware and software systems for FISH analysis should meet the following basic requirements:

  • realized methods of contrast: light background (transmitted light), fluorescence (reflective light);
  • three lenses with ration 10×, 40× and 100× (Oil) with the class not worse than plan-achromat N;
  • trinocular tube with division of light beam 100%/0% and C-mount adapter with ration of 1x for installation of a digital camera;
  • unit for realization of fluorescence method: fluorescent module; external source of light for fluorescence on the basis of metal-halide lamp, or light-emitting-diode source of light (3 pcs, minimum) for selective observation of colors used by the user.

ArgusSoft Company recommends the following models of microscopes for delivery as part of hardware-software complexes for FISH analysis:

AxioScope A1 (Carl Zeiss). www.zeiss.com

AxioScope A1 (Carl Zeiss). www.zeiss.com

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DM 2500 & DM 2500 LED (Leica Microsystems). www.leica-microsystems.com

BX43 (Olympus). www.olympus-lifescience.com

BX43 (Olympus). www.olympus-lifescience.com

Сi-E (Nikon). www.nikon.com

Сi-E (Nikon). www.nikon.com

MT 6000 (Meiji Techno). www.meijitechno.com

MT 6000 (Meiji Techno). www.meijitechno.com

AxioImager 2 (Carl Zeiss). www.zeiss.com

AxioImager 2 (Carl Zeiss). www.zeiss.com

DM6 B (Leica Microsystems). www.leica-microsystems.com

DM6 B (Leica Microsystems). www.leica-microsystems.com

BX53 (Olympus). www.olympus-lifescience.com

BX53 (Olympus). www.olympus-lifescience.com

Ni-E (Nikon). www.nikon.com

Ni-E (Nikon). www.nikon.com