ZEISS Microscopy January 29, 2016
Practical Secrets of the Bacterial World for the Uninitiated
As a protein biochemist where bacteria were mere work horses, imagine my surprise when I began work in a bo...
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State Hermitage Museum – the first labs@location Partner of ZEISS in Russia
More than 1,000 analyses and studies carried out on ZEISS equipment In an official ceremony on 4th April, The State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg became the first labs@location Partner for...
HeLa #cells stained for #DNA (blue, Hoechst 44432), #microtubules (yellow, anti-tubulin Alexa 488) and F-actin (magenta, phalloidin Abberior STAR Red). Imaged with #ZEISS #Airyscan 2 in Multiplex mode
Automated microscope for gentle and fast confocal 4D imaging
Enhancing ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 with ZEISS LSM 900 for optical sectioning The proven ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 is a fully integrated high-end imaging system with various incubation and detection...
Why we can’t get over the death of the dinosaurs
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Isolating Bacterial RNA from Blood
For many decades, the only way to detect sepsis – bacterial growth in blood – was isolating the bacteria and growing bacterial colonies on a special medium. This was done by first spinning down...
Cytological staining helps to identify e.g. infection, inflammatory diseases, and cancer
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