The Eclipse TE2000 Inverted Research Microscope, available in three models, features a multiport design and a stratum structure.
They can use multiple optical accessories either separately or simultaneously, supporting multiple input illumination sources and output detector functions. Multiple epi-fluorescence techniques may then be easily used simultaneously or sequentially, allowing other techniques such as high-resolution deconvolution 3D images which may be incorporated with FRAP or FRET applications.
Laser illumination techniques such as FRAP (Fluorescence Recovering After Photobleaching), Tweezers or laser microdissection are readily utilized.
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