Halogen bulb for flouresence
I had a demo of a Nikon microscope today and was really impressed with a
halogen bulb instead of a mercury lamp for FITC immunoflouresence work.
(Autoantibodies). It does not have any of the disadvantages of mercury (
warm-up time, risk of imploding, need of keeping a log) and you can flick
over to the light microscope with out switching it off. Compared to our 20
year old Zeiss it is absolutely fantastic. I think it is relatively new
technology but if there are anyone out there in cyberspace using one can I
have your opinion on it.
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
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