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Objective lens allows for imaging to depth of 5.6 mm in brain tissue
March 2012
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Carl Zeiss
 
Carl Zeiss introduces a redesigned plan-apochromatic 20x/1.0 VIS-IR objective lens that enables the acquisition of 3D images of nerve cells down to depths of 5.6 mm in intact tissue through the use of a confocal laser scanning or multiphoton microscope, without having to section the brain. The lens allows for three-dimensional visualization of branches of individual nerve cells and the imaging of their connections, and in untreated tissue, it is possible to reach penetration depth of five to 10 times more than that of a multiphoton microscope with traditional optics.  
 
 
 
Carl Zeiss
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