ACCU-SCOPE inverted microscopes deliver excellent ergonomics, top quality optics, crisp images and configurability to meet your needs. The “workhorse of the tissue culture lab,” the inverted microscope is found in practically all tissue culture rooms and is used to observe cells in culture for their health and growing condition. Living cell cultures are essential to the discovery of cellular processes, providing scientists insight into mechanisms of disease that can be used for identifying new therapeutics.
Our inverted microscopes are found in tissue cultures across a range of institution types including universities, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology facilities. ACCU-SCOPE inverted microscopes are commonly equipped with phase contrast components for the observation of living cells in culture without the need for staining. Other available contrast methods may include brightfield, fluorescence, emboss, differential interference (“DIC”) and modulation.
ACCU-SCOPE offers several inverted microscopes that can be configured for your need. The EXI-310 is an excellent option for basic phase contrast observation, and can be upgraded to fluorescence when needed. The sleek EXI-410 is available with or without fluorescence, and can be configured with a full HD camera with an HD monitor that mounts to the top of the microscope, providing excellent performance and convenience. Our new EXI-600 intelligent research inverted microscope offers extensive opportunities for customization with fluorescence, phase contrast, brightfield, DIC and modulation contrast methods; multiple cameras for flexibility in imaging requirements; advanced research technique instrumentation including micromanipulation, live cell imaging, embryo selection and electrophysiology; and more!
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