Pathology and Cytology

Clinical Research Application

Clinical Application

Applications: Cytology Pathology

In cytology and pathology research, specimens taken from cells, tissues, or organs are tested with the naked eye or using a microscope to study the changes that occur when they are affected by disease. We provide solutions particularly suited for pathological research applications through specialized microscope, camera, and imaging software systems. Our line of upright microscopes offers high optical performance with true color reproducibility. Ergonomically designed, they help ensure comfortable observation over long periods. Our robust slide loader system is designed for research and pathology, offering simultaneous viewing of the whole slide and the magnified region and an innovative synchronizing function that can be used to analyze multiple virtual slides. This innovative virtual slide system for high-resolution digital imaging also enables you to easily view the entire slide glass specimen. Specimen preservation, database construction, next-generation education/training, and consultation are also offered for this field of research.

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Microscope System/Frame

BX46Show Description
BX46
  • Unrivalled ergonomic design
  • World´s first tilting, telescopic, lifting tube
  • Ultra-low fixed stage

BX46

Clinical Microscope
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BX53Show Description
BX53
  • High luminosity true color LED illumination
  • Modular concept enables individual components to be motorized
  • Easily acquire multi-color fluorescence images

BX53

Semi-Motorised Fluorescence Microscope
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BX43Show Description
BX43
  • True color LED illumination
  • Light intensity manager
  • Allows easy contrast management

BX43

Manual System Microscope
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VS200Show Description
VS200
  • Outstanding image quality for whole slide imaging, from 2X to 100X
  • Accommodates multiple slide sizes and observation methods
  • Simplified and powerful workflow, from brightfield to fluorescence multiplexing
  • Uniquely configurable in software and hardware, from manual brightfield scanning to AI recognition and fully automated scanning

VS200

Research Slide Scanner
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Cameras

DP74Show Description
DP74
  • Delivers high-quality color images of live specimens at 60 fps
  • The position navigator enables visual tracking of the area of interest in a stitched image
  • Cooled CMOS sensor enables sharp fluorescence images with low noise

DP74

Microscope Digital Camera
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SC180Show Description
SC180
  • 18-megapixel color CMOS sensor to document fine details
  • Vivid, low-noise images for insightful observations
  • Fast 4K UHD live image

SC180

Microscope Digital Camera
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DP23Show Description
DP23
  • Share images using the DP23-AOU network solution
  • Clearly observe live images on a large screen
  • Fast, high-quality imaging for conferences and teaching

DP23

Microscope Digital Camera
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DP28Show Description
DP28
  • 4K resolution
  • Color reproduction that rivals the human eye
  • 8.9-megapixel CMOS sensor

DP28

Microscope Digital Camera
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Software

cellSensShow Description
cellSens
  • Modular Imaging software platform
  • Intuitive application-driven user interface
  • Broad feature set ranging from simple snapshot to advanced multi-dimensional real-time experiments

cellSens

Imaging Software
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Cell Culture Equipment

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