Users need to take a clear picture of plant rhizome cells for cell culture. The instrument selected is the MSHOT inverted microscope MI52-N, which is easy to operate and has a wide space.
Pick a branch with the right thickness and humidity, and slice it with special tools. The slice must be very thin, too thick will prevent light from passing through the slice, and the image will not be clear under the microscope, which will affect the perception.
The inverted microscope MI52-N adopts an excellent infinity optical system. The streamlined design concept and the compact and stable high-rigidity body fully reflect the anti-vibration requirements of micromanipulation. The ultra-long working distance concentrator system can observe non-contaminated cultured cells in tall petri dishes or cylindrical flasks. The lighting system fully considers heat dissipation and ergonomic design concept.
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