High Resolution Sectioning
Optical high-resolution episcopic microscopy (HREM) enables the capture of three-dimensional datasets with a slice depth of 1 micron in the Z-axis. This technique utilizes a variable zoom microscope, offering a versatile field of view ranging from 4mm to 30mm, and generates an output of 20 megapixels. These capabilities make HREM an excellent tool for assisting in agricultural research.
With HREM sectioning and imaging, the process is automated, requiring minimal attention. By simply initiating the machine, one can return to find a complete dataset, as the system takes care of the sectioning and imaging tasks.
High Throughput Sectioning
Optical high-resolution episcopic microscopy (HREM) has demonstrated remarkable efficacy in high-throughput heart sectioning. A typical experiment can be completed within a time frame of 5-10 hours, taking into account the desired resolution and the size of the samples.
Optical high-resolution episcopic microscopy (HREM) has demonstrated its efficacy in the field of Agriculture Development, as evidenced by various publications, including:
"Cellular and morphological characterization of blastoderms from freshly laid broiler eggs."
"High-resolution episcopic microscopy enables three-dimensional visualization of plant morphology and development."