Leica DMI4000 B Microscope
DMI Series microscopes covered in this manual are
designed for biological, routine, and research applications.
This includes the examination of samples taken from the
body in order to provide information on physiological
or pathological states or congenital abnormalities; to
determine the safety and compatibility with potential
recipients; or to monitor therapeutic measures.
DMI Series is an additional development of Leica’s
proven inverted research microscopes, designed for cellular
and tissue examination, micromanipulation and microinjection
techniques, microdissection, and confocal microscopy. The
DMI Series is suitable for universal deployment. All
contrast methods such as dark field, bright field, phase
contrast, DIC, fluorescence, and modulation contrast are
integral to the microscope and can be adapted or changed
quickly and easily. Variable illumination and imaging beam
paths, as well as HCS optics, modular accessories, and a
comprehensive range of peripherals complement the Leica
Microsystems inverted research stand.
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This operating manual contains important instructions and
information for the operational safety and maintenance of
the microscope and accessories. It must therefore be kept
safely for future reference.
A separate manual is available on CD-ROM covering the
operation of the Leica
Application Suite (LAS).