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June 25, 2012



Early on in the classrooms, microscopes are often the first laboratory instrument that students are introduced to (and with good reason). The constant development and improvement of microscopy instruments revolutionized biology entirely and microscopy as a whole remains a critical technique in life science research. As such, it is important for laboratories and classroom alike to stay current with the newest microscopy technologies.

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 Microscopy Question and Discussions

Plenty of discussions are happening on LabWrench all the time. We have many questions come in daily from users that are seeking advice from fellow users and lab professionals. Can you help any of these users find the answers they are looking for?

Anton Paar DMA 35N
We press the ON/OFF but nothing happens. How do I fix it?
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About Storing Data
I do not know how to store spectra in flash drive or other storage devices. Can you please guide me?
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Composition chip
Hi! I would be interested in knowing the chemical composition of the standard chip used in the Flash DSC 1. In particular the part in direct contact with the sample. Thanks in advance for the reply.
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Changing the double beam plate
I am using the Lambda 35 UV/vis spectrophotometer. For the instrument, the kit was set for reflectance spectroscopy. I removed it and put the double beam plate. Now I cannot see the spectra of compounds, and when I change the sample to reference and reference to sample, I see the spectra upside down. There was a plug connected to reflectance accessory, where should I connect that plug?
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Luminescence measure
I just want to have a good reading of my LUC and I used QuickLum top given under quick analysis in Labtech optima. Is the data reliable through this? Some others use Caspase, Lum, etc. for LUC reading.
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Lead volume
How much lead? I need make injection of 100 microliter, but I have problem. How do I make a change in system manager?
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 Featured News

New SALD-2300 Achieves Quick, High-Resolution Particle Size Distribution Analysis
The SALD-2300 provides continuous measurement in real time, at minimum one-second intervals. Its measurement range spans particle sizes from 17 nm to 2,500 μm, and users can select various sample amounts depending on measurement objectives. The instrument’s Wing Sensor II achieves high-resolution particle detection with its 78 concentric detector elements.
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A winning combination for nephrology research
Tecan’s Infinite® 200 series microplate readers have proved to be a valuable asset for the Experimental Nephrology laboratory at the University Hospital of Münster, aiding the development of both cell-based and ex vivo fluorescence techniques for the investigation of cell membrane transport in the proximal tubules of the kidney.
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Hach Launches DR 6000 Spectrophotometer
Hach Company has developed the latest innovation in lab testing, the DR 6000™ UV-Vis spectrophotometer. The DR 6000 is equipped with RFID technology, integrated QA software, more than 250 testing methods and guided procedures, making it one of the most advanced spectrophotometers available.
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Wyatt Technology Introduces New DynaPro Plate Reader II with On-Board Camera Delivering Invaluable Insight into Sample Results
Wyatt Technology Corporation, the world leader in absolute macromolecular characterization instrumentation and software, today announced the launch of an all-new version of its DynaPro Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) Plate Reader. The DynaPro Plate Reader II is an evolution of the first system, but with the significant addition of an on-board camera capable of acquiring images of each well.
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