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The International Journal of Microscopy Journal has assembled together renowned scientists in the Editorial Board. All the manuscripts are subject to vigorous peer-review process to ensure quality and originality. In addition to Research Articles, the Journal also publishes high quality Commentaries, Reviews, and Perspectives aimed at encapsulating the latest knowledge that synthesizes new theories and treatment strategies for the better management of Microscopy.
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Confocal microscopy is an optical imaging technique, having a pinhole between specimen and detector is used to select information from a single focal plane, producing a focussed three-dimensional optical slice through the specimen. The concept of confocal microscopy; including shallow depth of field, elimination of out-of-focus glare, and the ability to collect serial optical sections from thick specimens.
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Microscopy can be defined as a techique to visualise the minute objects that are not visible through naked eye. Light and electron microscopes are used to examine the biological specimens for celluar details. There are three well-known branches of microscopy: optical, electron, and scanning probe microscopy. Optical and electron microscopy involve the diffraction, reflection, or refraction of electromagnetic radiation/electron beams interacting with the specimen, and the collection of the scattered radiation or another signal in order to create an image. Scanning probe microscopy involves the interaction of a scanning probe with the surface of the object of interest.
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Scanning probe microscopy is a branch of microscopy that forms three dimensional images of surfaces and structures using a physical probe that scans the specimen. During the process of scanning, a computer collects the data that are used to provoke an image of the surface. Antoni van Leeuwenhoek was the first person to study the microscopic world. There are several types of SPMs. Atomic force microscopes, Magnetic force microscopes, and Scanning tunneling microscopes.
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Polarised light microscopy uses plane-polarised light to enhance the technique that improves the quality of the image obtained when compared to other techniques. It is a useful method to determine qualitative and quantitative aspects of crystallographic axes present in various materials. It analyse the structures that are birefringent e.g. cellulose microfibrils.
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Optical microscopy is a technique used to view a sample closely with visible light through the magnification of a lens. This traditional form of microscopy was first invented before the 18th century and in use till today. Optical microscopy is commonly employed in many fields of research including biotechnology, pharmacology, nanophysics, microelectronics, and microbiological research. It can also be useful in histopathology, to view medical diagnoses and biological samples.
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Electromagnetic radiation is a form of energy that is produced by oscillating electric and magnetic disturbance and takes many forms, such as radio waves, microwaves, X-rays and gamma rays. These electric and magnetic waves travel perpendicular to each other at the speed of light through a vacuum having different wavelengths. In 1864 James Clerk Maxwell was the first to invent the existence of electromagnetic waves. The EM includes Radar waves, infrared radiation, Light, Ultraviolet Light, X-rays, Short waves, Microwaves, Gamma Rays, Radio Waves, TV waves.
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Transmission electron microscopy is a microscopy technique in which a high-energy electron beam is transmitted through a thin specimen to form an image. Images generally contain contrast due to atomic mass, crystallinity, or thickness variations within the sample. In virology, materials science and cancer research, and as well as pollution, nanotechnology and semiconductor research, Transmission electron microscopy is used.
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Scanning electron microscope is a microscope that works by scanning a focused beam of electrons on a sample of interest. The high-resolution and three-dimensional images produced by SEM provide morphological, compositional, and topographical information which makes them applicable in fields of science and industry.
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Magnetic Resonance Microscopy is an imaging method that uses powerful magnets to send energy into cells and allows the visualization of internal body structures. It picks up signals from the specimen and converts them into computer images. Magnetic Resonance Microscopy is a useful tool for scientists because of its ability to generate digital virtual 3D images without destroying the specimens.
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Optical coherence tomography is an emerging and non-invasive imaging test. It is the class of optical tomographic techniques and performs high-resolution, cross-sectional microstructure imaging of the tissue in biologic systems by measuring back reflected light. Optical coherence tomography can probe as deep as 500 micrometres, but with a lower resolution.
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Nonlinear microscopy is a microscopy technique based on nonlinear optics and this technique has emerged as a set of successful tools within the biomedical research field. The biomedical application of nonlinear microscopy is; detection of cancer, osteogenesis imperfect (heterogeneous disorder of connective tissue). Nonlinear microscopy provides high depth penetration by using a near infrared laser.
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When an electron beam strikes a sample a large number of signals are generated, many of the incident electrons will be scattered inside the sample resulting repeated collisions with the atomic core and electrons that compose the sample, until they lose their energy inside sample. Secondary and backscattered electrons are two types of electron which are used to produce an image in a Scanning electron microscope .
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Auto-fluorescence is the natural emission of light by biological structures when they have absorbed light. The compounds like Collagen, and Riboflavin, including amino acids like tyrosine, tryptophan, phenylalanine emit the fluorescence signal. Auto-fluorescence increases with cell size. Larger cells have more auto-fluorescence as they contain more auto-fluorescent compounds than small cells.
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Micro-Photogrammetry is the science of making measurements from photographs of micro structure, especially for recovering the exact positions of surface points. It gives three-dimensional evaluation in micro range.
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Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) provides a 3D structure of the surface in nano scale which is less than 10nm. AFM consists of a cantilever with a small tip (probe) at the free end, a laser, a 4-quadrant photodiode and a scanner. The tip of the AFM touches the surface and records the small force between the probe and the surface. AFM is the most common form of scanning probe microscopy which is used in the fields of chemistry, biology, physics, materials science, nanotechnology, astronomy, medicine and more.
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Kelvin probe force microscopy is an atomic force microscopy based technique that is used to measure contact potential difference between the probe and the sample. It enables high resolution surface potential and topography mapping of a variety of sample.
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