NIGHTSEA Fluorescence Blog

NIGHTSEA Stereo Microscope Adapter with Fluorescent Dye Fills

17
Oct
2015

KEY Award winner Dr. Robert Mitchell is using the NIGHTSEA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter to image nerves filled with fluorescent dye.

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Stereo Microscope Filter Shield

10
Sep
2015

Fluorescence stereo microscopes should include a protective shield. The NIGHTSEA filter shield does double duty as an eye protector and as a viewing filter.

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Grasshopper fluorescence photobomb

03
Sep
2015

Grasshopper photobombing a fluorescence shoot.

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KEY Award Recipient – 2015

25
Aug
2015

Dr. Robert Mitchell, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, was the recipient of the first NIGHTSEA/EMS KEY Award for New Faculty.

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Stereo microscopes to use with the NIGHTSEA SFA

07
Jul
2015

Surplus stereo microscopes are an alternative to use with the NIGHTSEA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter.

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User comments – Dual Fluorescent Protein flashlight

05
Jun
2015

User feedback on using the Model DFP Dual Fluorescent Protein flashlight to look for RFP and YFP expression in mouse brains.

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Coral fluorescence appearance vs excitation wavelength

19
May
2015

With fluorescence, what you see depends on how you excite and view the subject – the interaction of the excitation wavelength, the fluorescing substance, and the barrier filter.

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Coral fluorescence highlights tissue growth extension

19
May
2015

Fluorescence microscopy helps in seeing the growing edge of coral tissue

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White balance for fluorescence photography

15
May
2015

White balance selection for fluorescence photography

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SFA vs high-end systems for stereo fluorescence microscopy

08
May
2015

Discussion of the NIGHTSEA SFA vs high-end systems for stereo fluorescence microscopy

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