7% respectively, thus found that the malarial antigen based tests demonstrated a superior sensitivity compared to microscopy
Most samples had cultures and microscopy
(Gram stain, calcofluor stain, and histopathology) performed at the referring laboratory sites, according to their standard protocols.
The report segments the European microscopy
market by product, application, end user, and geography.
The USP smear microscopy
was performed as per the method described by Chakravorty et al.
Atomic force microscopy
is based on bending of cantilever by interatomic forces between atoms at the tip of the scanning cantilever and surface atoms of measured sample.
Had blood been drawn and observed by darkfield microscopy
the previous Friday, septicemia could have been determined immediately rather than two days later and intravenous antimicrobial agents administered.
Previously, such information was the domain of scanning probe microscopy
(SPM), which relies on mechanical forces to obtain feature information.
Increasing government and corporate funding in life sciences and nanotechnology is predominantly driving the microscopy
The Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for National Plant Biosecurity has initiated a rapidly expanding remote microscopy
network centred on Nikon web-based digital cameras and consoles.
is another area of opportunity, as this segment of the market is not only relatively large, but should experience the second fastest growth rate in 2008 at nearly 8%.
can capture information that you cannot get with conventional electron microscopy
In order to arrive at this conclusion, the company used two main analytical techniques to examine the defect region, including optical microscopy
and scanning electron microscopy
, coupled with energy dispersive spectroscopy.