'Olympus Routine' trinocular inverted microscope

Made:
1990-1995 in Penryn
modifier:
Research Instruments Limited
maker:
Olympus Corporation

'Olympus Routine', trinocular inverted microscope, with two 15x eyepieces, one A4, 0.1mm objective lens and mechanical stage attachment, made by Olympus, Tokyo, Japan, modified by Research Instruments Limited, Penryn, Cornwall, England, 1990-1995 (see note).

This equipment is used for the in-vitro fertilization of an ovum with sperm. The equipment consists of two micromanipulators, two microsyringes and an Olympus trinocular microscope. It was made by Research Instruments Ltd., England.

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Details

Category:
Laboratory Medicine
Object Number:
1995-732 Pt5
Materials:
aluminium alloy, electronic components, glass, steel (metal)
type:
microscope
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
  • optical instrument
credit:
Research Instruments Limited

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