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Date: Thu, 18 Dec 2008 15:44:52 -0600 (CST)
Subject: Next Generation Microscopy: No Stain, Big Gain
Next Generation Microscopy: No Stain, Big Gain
Microscopes have revolutionized the practice of science, especially in the fields of biology and medicine. Just a few hundred years ago, gaining the ability to study what was previously unobservable opened up an entirely new world. Today, imaging techniques remain indispensable to clinicians and researchers who regularly diagnose medical conditions and work to develop new treatments.
Test results can often take hours or even days because cells or tissues must be subjected to lengthy ...
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