Cell Culture and Maintenance
Reliable results in cell studies begin with healthy and, as far as possible, uniform cell populations espec...
Cell Signaling
Fluorescence microscopes and especially confocal fluorescence imaging, optical sectioning and 3-D reconstru...
Earthworm production of luminescent quantum...
In recent years, semiconductor quantum dots have been found to be superior in various medical and biological imaging applications. However, to...
New insights into LVH
Left ventricular hypertrophy is a maladaptive response to cardiac insults such as hypertension, damage, or aging, and predisposes to heart fai...
Exploring a New Universe of...
Nikon for science, Nikon for the futureThere are innumerable areas of microscopic universe research, and th...
Developmental Biology Brochure
Meeting the growing needs of developmental biology Outstanding optical quality is at the heart of all Nikon...
Key to cancer?
Researchers have demonstrated the importance of a newly identified protein, called Bod1, which is required for proper chromosome alignment at mitosis, t...
Zebrafish models human defects
Copy-number variants (CNVs), fragments of the genome that are either missing or existing in extra copies, are quite common.  Their precise contribu...
NIC Heidelberg - World's first N-SIM facility
We're proud to be the first facility world-wide that got a super-resolution Nikon N-SIM structured illumination microscope. N-SIM allows to overcome the...
NIC Harvard - Workshop Courses
A primary goal of the NIC@HMS is to provide training in basic and advanced light microscopy techniques.  The NIC@HMS offers 1-day workshops that ar...
ICSI
Did you Know?
The first successful ICSI procedure was carried out with the help of a Nikon Microscope
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