Month: March 2019

5 MORE Lies Camera Companies Tell You (Picture This! Podcast)

  Tony and Chelsea talk about misleading information and some broken promises of the camera industry, including promised features that only deliver disappointment, impossible zooms, and the marketing that drives it all. For 10% off your first Squarespace website or domain, go to http://www.squarespace.com/chelsea and use code CHELSEA (#teamChelsea4Lyfe) Watch this podcast on our YouTube …

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Nikon | History | One Minute Story Binoculars that transcend generations (1921)

The first Nikon From the foundation of Nippon Kogaku (now, Nikon Corporation), the main products marketed were binoculars. In particular, opera glasses and the Tenyu prism binoculars were core products from the times of Fujii Lens Manufacturing, and helped keep Nippon Kogaku profitable in its early stages.In 1921, Ryuzo Fujii (a director of Nippon Kogaku) …

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Nikon | History | One Minute Story Binoculars that transcend generations (1921)

The first Nikon From the foundation of Nippon Kogaku (now, Nikon Corporation), the main products marketed were binoculars. In particular, opera glasses and the Tenyu prism binoculars were core products from the times of Fujii Lens Manufacturing, and helped keep Nippon Kogaku profitable in its early stages.In 1921, Ryuzo Fujii (a director of Nippon Kogaku) …

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Analysis of Tissue Sections Assisted by Fluorescence Laser Microdissection

We optimized each step of histochemical staining and confirmed the reliability and validity of glycomic profiling. Using the optimized procedure, glycomic profiles were obtained with 0.5 mm2 of stained thymic sections (5-μm-thick) from 8-week-old C57BL/6J male mice. The glycomic profiles of Ulex europaeus agglutinin-I (UEA-I)-stained medullary regions showed higher UEA-I signals than those of the …

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How to make a fast Z-stack

Save time for your 2D and 3D analysis. Watch this video to learn about the new user interface, LAS X.next, for the DVM6 digital microscope. The video demonstrates how to make a fast Z-Stack with a few clicks. Source link

How can PAULA help streamline the workflow for my wound healing assay?

The wound healing assay, often used as a synonym for scratch assay or migration assay, is an important tool for the evaluation and measurement of cell migration, whether single cells or cell populations. Cell migration is tightly controlled during ontogenetic processes and at times can get out of control, e.g., during cancer development and progression. …

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Do YOU need Professional Services? repairs, price, perks (Picture This! Photography Podcast)

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Use of EnFocus Intraoperative OCT to overcome difficulties in visualization during Synechiolysis

Case report A 75-year-old female patient presented for follow-up 9 months after a penetrating keratoplasty in the left eye. She presented with anterior peripheral synechiae involving the graft for three clock hours. Peripheral native cornea appeared totally opaque. Synechiolysis was planned, and intraoperative OCT allowed us to detect nonclinically visible synechiae and to confirm complete …

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