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Extra resources for Introduction to Instrumentation in Life Sciences
8 Introduction to Instrumentation in Life Sciences Contrast can be enhanced by either staining or the use of dark field or phase contrast microscopy. In the process of staining, the specimen is treated with dyes that bind selectively either to the whole cell or to certain cell components, thus producing a much greater absorption of incidental light. 12). ) Photomicrograph of A. cylindrica showing the position of heterocysts in between the vegetative cells: (a) bright field and (b) fluorescent photomicrographs.
One drawback of imaging a point onto the specimen is that there are fewer emitted photons to collect at any given instant. Thus, to avoid building a noisy image each point must be illuminated for a long time to collect enough light to make an accurate measurement. This increases the length of time needed to create a point-by-point image. The solution is to use a light source of very high intensity, which Minsky did using a zirconium arc lamp. The modern choice is a laser light source, which has the additional benefit of being available in a wide range of wavelengths.
Samples are then washed with phosphate buffer, post-fix in 1% osmium tetraoxide in the same buffer, and wash once in distilled water. After that the samples are kept on carbon stubs and gold coating is done with fine coat ion sputter JFC 1100. 41). 35 Microscopy 1. Heat a clean slide in blue portion of Bunsen burner flame. 2. While the slide is still hot, mark with a China marking pencil as shown. 3. Place several loopfuls of organisms at the right end of cooled slide as shown. 4. Tilt slide to allow organisms to flow down over the surface of the slide.