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Fluorescent microscopy

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[[{{PAGENAME}}|{{PAGENAME}}{{#if: {{#var:acronym}} |  ({{#var:acronym}})|}}]] is an optical microscope technique widely used in Biomedical Sciences. luminescence family of processes in which susceptible molecules emit light from electronically excited states created by either a physical, mechanical, or chemical mechanism when illuminated with a powerful light source such as mercury or xenon arc (burner) lamps. Fluorescence microscopy is capable of imaging the distribution of a single molecular species based solely on the properties of fluorescence emission.
 
==Equipment==
Fluorescent microscopes are inverted microscope, which allows a close approach to the specimen usually placed on a glass slide. The microscope must have a light source powerful enough to excite the fluorescent process in the tagged cells. In addition it is equipped with optical filters that allow only a narrow range of wavelength to selectively excite different photo-luminescent molecules,
 
===Olympus BX 51===
{{main|Olympus BX 51 Fluorescent Microscope}}
==Method of operation==
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==Equipment==
Fluorescent microscopes are inverted microscope, which allows a close approach to the specimen usually placed on a glass slide. The microscope must have a light source powerful enough to excite the fluorescent process in the tagged cells. In addition it is equipped with optical filters that allow only a narrow range of wavelength to selectively excite different photo-luminescent molecules,
 
===Olympus BX 51===
{{main|Olympus BX 51 Fluorescent Microscope}}
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==See also==
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