Filtration Methods for Epifluorescence Microscopy

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Membrane filters and vacuum-driven filter holders compatible with epifluorescence microscopy analysis
Epifluorescence microscopy is widely used to quantify and characterize bacterial contamination or other autofluorescent particles in industrial and biomedical samples. Through vacuum-driven filtration, serial dilutions of the sample are passed through specially-designed, gridded, membrane filters and counted. In order to eliminate background signal and ensure accurate results, the filter membrane should exhibit low fluorescence. Merck provides membrane filters and vacuum-driven filter holders compatible with epifluorescence microscopy analysis.

Prepare your epifluorescence microscopy samples using: