Art and Science of Laboratory Medicine

Art and Science of Laboratory Medicine

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

What is Wrong With My Microscope?

Why can´t she see anything?

Set up your microscope correctly

Koehler illumination is a microscope technique that provides superior control over the light rays during brightfield microscopy by aligning and focusing the microscope, ensuring the best resolution and contrast, as well as a bright, evenly illuminated background for your images. Koehler illumination is critical for the following advanced contrasting techniques: Phase contrast, Varel contrast, Hoffman Modulation, PlasDIC and DIC. Prior to setting up and aligning the advanced contrasting components, the microscope's Koehler illumination must be aligned.

View Instructions:
How to Set Koehler Illumination

Source: Spot Imaging Solutions
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1 comment:

Glenn Jacob said...

Thanks a lot!
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Microscope Illumination

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