Fluorescence microscopy is the preferred method for many microscopic diagnostic tests, especially for detecting the presence of mycobacterium, which is the cause of tuberculosis. In a new Application Note, microbiology Laboratory Manager at Salisbury District Hospital, Collette Allen, describes the benefits of LED Illumination Systems for microbe detection, for example how they provide technicians with the confidence to provide high quality and reproducible results.
In response to our donation of £100 to Collette’s registered charity of choice, the Salisbury District Hospital Stars Appeal, we also received a lovely thank you letter!
Do you want to raise £100 for your favourite registered charity?
If you use one of our Illumination Systems, you could be in with a chance of winning a donation of £100 to a registered charity of your choice by submitting an Application Note of your own. This should be around 500 words in length with a few images or a video of your samples, and cover the following points:
- Your research topic and why it’s important to you, society and the world
- What you did and how your CoolLED Illumination System helped you
- What you achieved
- The conclusion and impact of your studies
Submit this to [email protected] along with your registered charity of choice and a few words about yourself.