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Four types of confocal microscopes are commercially available: Confocal laser scanning microscopes ...

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These images can then be used for a two or three dimensional reconstruction. Double and triple labels can be collected with a confocal microscope. Since these ...

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The invention of the confocal microscope is usually ... confocal systems used for fluorescence imaging.

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The laser-scanning confocal microscope slices incredibly clean, thin optical ... A laser is used to provide the excited light, or light with very high intensities.

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The microscope uses a special dichroic mirror (or more properly, a "dichromatic mirror", although this term only seems to be used by purists). This mirror reflects ...

www.gonda.ucla.edu/bri_core/confocal.htm

In 1986-87, a confocal microscope with the capabilities of producing very useful ... First, lasers are used as light sources instead of the conventional mercury arc ...

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With confocal laser scanning microscopy (CLSM) we can find out even more. ... so the photomultiplier tube (PMT) is used to detect and amplify this light signal.

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Confocal microscopy is a specialized form of standard fluorescence microscopy ( also called widefield fluorescence microscopy) that uses particular optical ...

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The Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope (LSCM, or confocal) is a specialized type ... mode although it can also be used in reflected and transmitted light mode.