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Adding Fluorescence to Stereo Microscopes

  • Charles Mazel (a1)

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Fluorescence stereo microscopes are a great and wondrous technology with light sources and optics that can be configured to illuminate a wide array of fluorophors with high sensitivity. There are many applications, however, where a user does not really need all of the power and versatility of a specialized integrated instrument: a simple system that excites just one or two classes of fluorophors will suffice.

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Adding Fluorescence to Stereo Microscopes

  • Charles Mazel (a1)

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