Stereo Fluorescence Microscopes
Stereo fluorescent proteins are now commonly used in live specimens and even whole animals. Many laboratories are upgrading or replacing their stereo microscope to allow for stereo fluorescence observation. These specifically designed stereo fluorescence microscopes are especially well suited to observe fluorescently labeled transgenic animals such as Drosophila, Danio (zebrafish), C. elegans or Xenopus. Stereo fluorescence microscopes are typically highly expensive, therefore laboratories share the equipment and time is scheduled tightly for their use. Microscope World has developed a less expensive alternative to these extremely expensive stereo fluorescence microscopes, without compromising quality. The SXT500 is available as a complete stereo fluorescence microscope system, or as an illumination system that can be adapted and used with most stereo dissecting microscopes. Contact us for more information on adapting your current stereo microscope setup into a fluorescence stereo microscope system.