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Inverted microscopes are useful for observing living cells or organisms located at the bottom of a large container. This allows samples to remain in conditions that are more natural than the glass slides used with conventional upright alternatives. While the light source and condenser are located above the stage, the objectives are below and point upward. Providing a closer inspection of specimen, inverted microscopes come in a variety of eye and nose piece combinations.
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