Epi-Flourescence Microscopes Is Now The Ultimate Source For All Fluorescence Microscopy Needs

Epi-Flourescence Microscopes.com announces it is the ultimate source for all fluorescence microscopy and equipment needs.

(St. Louis, Missouri) Epi-Flourescence Microscopes.com, the leader in the production and distribution of fluorescence microscopes, announces it is equipped to be the ultimate source for all fluorescence microscopy and equipment needs. Epi-Flourescence Microscopes.com has both upright fluorescence microscopes for viewing fluorescing specimens on glass microscope slides, and inverted fluorescence microscopes for viewing fluorescing specimens in petri dishes.

Flourescence microscopy differs from other forms of microscopy due to the fact that the visible light that is visible through the microscope eyepieces is not the same light that comes from the light source, but rather, it is the light that has fluoresced from the fluorescing microscope specimen. Flourescence microscopes use either a xenon or mercury lamp to produce ultraviolet light, which is the light used in the fluorescence process. The process involves passing alight from a high intensity light source through a dichroic filter cube with a fluorescing bandpass excitation filter inside. This filter will then only allow specific waveflengths to course through and onto the specimen. What is then seen through the microscope eyepieces is actually the fluoresced image of the specimen.

Flourescence microscopy is most important in the study of organic and inorganic material. Current applications for fluorescence microscopes are analysis of biological samples, as well as medical diagnosis. Flourescence microscopy is also being used in the detection of cancer cells, as well as the study of healthy and living cells. Flourescence microscopy is used in the field of medical education and analysis for viewing cell division without interrupting the cells in any fashion.

Other known applications of fluorescence microscopes include research and analysis in the advanced biomedical field, microchemistry, immunology, hematology, biology, oncology, cytology, sedimentary rocks, and detection of impurities in semiconductors.

Epi-Flourescence Microscopes.com has stocked filters to match the needs of the various applications of fluorescence microscopy. Epi-Flourescence has a technical staff on stand by ready to evaluate a customer?s microscopy needs and match it to the appropriate model in stock.

For more information about Epi-Flourescence Microscopes.com, email scopemasters ( @ ) gmail dot com, or call 1877.215.3795 toll free.


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Company Name: Frank Heinrich
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