Microscopes

is a key instrument for detailed study of viruses. Viruses are cell-dependent microscopic infectious agents for reproduction, measuring 0.02 to 0.75 microns. The family to which the monkeypox virus belongs has a size of between 230 nm and 270 nm and, although with some stains can be observed under the conventional microscope, the ideal is to use an electron microscope, since it has a greater power of resolution and makes it possible to see and study the structure of the virus for the realization of vaccines, for example.

To make the monkeypox vaccine, the same steps are followed as those made with conventional vaccines. During the elaboration of these, it is indispensable the use of the electron microscope to evaluate them, which is why it is a team that should not be lacking in biomedicine laboratories. During the manufacture of vaccines, the following steps are completed:

  • This leads to the creation of an antigen, the active ingredient that will be present in the vaccine. This causes an immune reaction when it enters the body.

Types of Microscopes a Laboratory May Need

Laboratory Microscope YR0241    

Coaxial coarse and fine knob, 24mm range of motion, 0.004mm fine divisionSiedentopf trinocular head, 30° inclined...

 
 

LCD Touch Screen Digital Microscope YR05782

Double Layer Mechanical Stage 143*132mm, Upgradeable To 216x150mm,3W LED Kohler Illumination With...

 
 

Binocular Laboratory Microscope YR0254

Its classification is related to its uses and the type of laboratory. In this case, we present you the model Zoom...

 
 

Metallurgical Microscope YR0251 – YR0252

Scidentopf trinocular Head 30° Inclined, Interpupillary 48~75mm,Extra Wide Field Eyepiece EW10x/22mm...

 
 

Our Best Selling Microscopes

  • Parallel Optical System, Module Design to Add Function Easily
  • Large Zoom Ratio Up to 1:10 With Tilting Head 0°-35° Viewing Angle Adjustable for User
  • Transmit & Reflect LED Illumination, Brightness Adjustable, Working Life 6000 Hours
  • Complete Accessories Include Polarizing, Dark Field, Fluorescent Attachment
  • Plan Apochromatic Objective 0.5x Optional

Analysis of the best Microscopes for your laboratory

   Microscope: Halogen vs. LED       

High-powered microscope is often unable to provide excellent quality images due to improper use of light ...

 
 

Microscopes – types of condensers

The microscope is an instrument that increases the size of an image and allows you to see more details than...

 
 

    What is a microtome for?             

Microtomy is the discipline that deals with obtaining fine serial sections from tissues included in paraffin blocks...

 
 

What is a fluorescence microscope?

Fluorescence microscopy is a special form of light microscopy. It uses the ability of fluorochromes to emit light...

 
 
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Guides to Becoming a Microscope Expert

Microscopic equipment are essential products in a laboratory, we provide guides and recommendations for better use, so you can work as an expert.

Types of microscopes for laboratory and field

The microscope is an instrument that allows observing elements or structures that can not be observed at the naked...

How to remove fungi from our microscopes?

Microscopes are essential equipment in any laboratory, some are very simple while others are more complex equipment...

How does a phase contrast microscope work?

The phase contrast microscope is a type of microscope that allows you to observe live samples without using...

How does a planochromatic microscope work?

The objective of a microscope is the most important and complex element of the light microscope. It is important because the objective is where most of the magnification provided by the microscope occurs. Its complexity lies in the fact that to fulfill...

 

Working Microscope Videos

In this section you can find, our Microscopes in operation, packaged, receiving service, etc.

Working Microscope

The microscope is an instrument that increases the size of an image and allows you to see more details than would be possible to perceive with the naked eye. The condenser of a microscope is a key part of a microscope, it focuses the light that passes through the stage of the microscope where the sample is placed, thus providing illumination, contrast and clarity in a uniform way to the sample.

The condenser is made up of a lens or set of lenses mounted directly below the stage. And the intensity of the light can be adjusted by moving the condenser of the microscope closer or further from the stage, and the width of the beam can be adjusted by making the aperture wider or smaller.

Frequently Asked Questions about Microscopes

To know the price of the Microscopes we invite you to send us an email with your request through the contact form.

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